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Mizoram: Hmar Students' Association extends gratitude to Rahul Gandhi for visiting relief camp in Cachar

Mizoram: Hmar Students' Association extends gratitude to Rahul Gandhi for visiting relief camp in Cachar

The Hmar Students Association (HSA) extended heartfelt gratitude to Rahul Gandhi and his team for their timely humanitarian aid, which has been a beacon of solace for the helpless displaced individuals. They acknowledged him as the first leader to physically console the displaced, who have been suffering immense hardships.

Despite the dire situation faced by over 500 displaced individuals in the camp, government assistance has been conspicuously absent. The community has struggled to provide for themselves, resulting in the tragic deaths of two people due to lack of proper medical care. The displaced have been left to fend for themselves, feeling abandoned and marginalized in their own country.

The HSA criticized the government's inaction, highlighting the irony that in the world's largest democracy, vulnerable citizens are overlooked while animals receive budgetary benefits. This neglect starkly contrasts with the Indian Constitution's Article 21, which guarantees the Right to Life and Liberty.

Rahul Gandhi’s visit was characterized by genuine concern and a commitment to alleviating suffering, free from political motivations. The HSA called on other leaders to follow his example, to visit Manipur, foster peace, and demonstrate empathy towards the affected populace.

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