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Relief Distribution-2012 In Flood And Ethnic Clash



The summer of 2012 has been very inauspicious for the state of Assam which is known for its diverse and vibrant culture especially gender equality and religious tolerance. This summer Assam has witnessed massive flood which took away many lives and livestock and left many houses damaged, little known to the outside world. However, the Guwahati molestation case, where a reporter of a regional news channel allegedly instigated a group of men to molest an underage girl and filmed it, shocked one and all. The topic remained hotly debated and pursued on national media, which otherwise ignores the North East, till two ethnic groups in north-western part of Assam  - Bodos and Bengali Muslims started burning each other’s’ houses. One group is constantly trying to get separate statehood while other group is seen as ‘illegal immigrants’. For the people of Assam, the last few weeks have brought misery upon misery. However we know the present peace is very fragile. In an ethnic diverse society like Assam, communal harmony is the key to its peaceful existence.

People living in the north western part of Assam which is presently divided into four districts viz. Kokrajhar, Chirang, Baksa and Odalguri and BTAD (Boro Territorial Autonomous District) areas have been forced to leave their place of origin and settle in the various relief camps. The conditions into which they have been forced to seek refuge are equally unbearable — impossibly crowded camps, with the bare minimum of basic amenities like water and sanitation and practically no medical care. But they have no choice. Their only chance of staying alive is to continue to live within the confines of these camps. Those foolish enough to think otherwise have already paid with their lives. Ajmal CSR organizations namely Ajmal Foundation, Haji Abdul Mazid Memorial Hospital and Markazul Ma’arif promptly responded to the suffering of 4,50,000 victims who took shelter in 278 relief camps and immediately rushed out with relief materials for the victims of the ethnic clashes in these relief camps and took rehabilitation measures. Many international humanitarian organizations came forward and joined the noble initiative of Ajmal CSR organizations- to serve humanity in need”. We can’t thank them enough for their timely help and concern.



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