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JCR. 2020; 7(19): 6955-6959


GROWING ANXIETY AND SILENT GENOCIDE GENDER VIOLENCE IN THE ‘MIGRANT AFFECTED ZONES’ OF ASSAM

Ankur Protim Mahanta.

Abstract
The state of Assam has been a generous host of the massive influx of infiltration since the time
immemorial, but a huge portion of undocumented immigration from Bangladesh makes the region an arena of
conflict and tensions. The mere existence of illegal infiltration socio- politically paralyses the region as it has
fuelled in the increment of the number of crimes in the borderline areas. Gender-based violence is one of the
major problems that have faced by the migrant affected areas of the state. The relative increment of migrants has
fuelled in the emergence of socio-political anxiety and disturbance that in turns jeopardised the internal security
of the country as the state mechanism fail to provide safety towards women.
Simultaneously, the magnitude of illegal infiltration has been too huge and it has sown the seeds of discontent
among the local tribes that ultimately fuel in the emergence of ethnic unrest in lower parts of the region,
specifically in Bodoland. In this conflictual era, the women are more victimised as the whole situation can be
compared to silent slaughter like structure, where women become the prime victim. Therefore here focus is
given on the bi-folding analysis of gender-based violation and unsung slaughter like the structure of the region
mainly due to the massive influx of the infiltration, dealing with the women right infringements, specifically in
the migrant affected zones of the state that can be considered „infiltration sponsored violence‟ towards women.

Key words: Gender-based violence, Illegal infiltration, Infiltration sponsored violence, Migrant affected zones.



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