Bodo nationalism

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Bodo nationalism is an ideology that supports self-determination by the Bodo people.[1] The Bodo people have been increasingly the victims of alleged aggression at the hands of Muslim groups in the Indian state of Assam.[2] Many Bodo nationalists support the establishment of Bodoland as a separate state of India and a homeland for the Bodo people.

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  1. ^ Prabhakara, M.S. (July – August 2002). "The Bodo question". India's National Magazine. 19 (15). Retrieved 15 March 2009.
  2. ^ A secular protocol Times of India - 11 October 2008