The 1983 Election in Assam - Culmination of a long-lasting Conflict

Citha D. Maaß
Virtually since the first National Elections, which took place in 1952, there has been a growing feeling in the Indian state of Assam that migrants from what was then East Pakistan were altering the ethnic composition of the electorate in the state. A number of presentations were made to the Central Government of the magnitude of this migration.
doi:10.11588/asien.1984.11.12253 fatcat:6ctzofyfpvgy5hiligiofbegja