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Legal and judicial measures have also been adopted to deport illegal Bangladeshi settlers from the country."
"Every day around 6,000 illegal infiltrators cross the border and enter the state," said an intelligence official in Guwahati, the state's main city.
Mobile phones in buttam are being flooded with text messages saying, "Save the nation, save idenbreasty. Let's take an oath ... no food, no job, no shelter to Bangladeshis" while leaflets seeking an "economic blockade" of the migrants are also being distributed ....... "Many labourers working in brick kilns, rickshaws pullers and construction workers have fled in the past one week due to the threat," said Mr P C Saloi, superintendent of police in Dibrugarh.
Over the years, hundreds of thousands of illegal Bangladeshi migrants have swamped the tea-growing and oil-rich state in search for work and food.
Over two years ago, the government estimated there could be up to 20 million illegal Bangladeshi immigrants in India, and labeled some of them a security risk.
In the early 1980s, the powerful All-buttam Students Union launched a bloody campaign to push Bangladeshis back to their homeland.
Thousands of Bangladeshis, including women and children, were mbuttacred across the state by indigenous people who feared they would be reduced to a minority in their own land.
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