No Plan To Withdraw Afspa From Assam: Govt

The Assam government is not considering any proposal to withdraw the Armed Forces (Special Power) Act in August this year.

Admitting that term of last extension of AFSPA is going to lapse in August, authoritative security sources here on Saturday said that it will be extended again as there is no proposal or consideration before the state administration to withdraw it.

Asserting that neither the issue of withdrawing the Armed Forces (Special Power) Act (AFSPA) nor any direction asking Army to go back to barrack has been issued by the state administration, security sources here on Saturday indicated that Assam government may issue a formal clarification after opening of the offices on Monday. Read more

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