This was further compounded when the The workers in the Right Wing gathering’s vocabulary were nothing else except for Infiltrators. Their depiction was made inside the worldview of national security instead of the Push and Pull elements of Developmentalism. The insider-untouchable polarity was fortified and the development was rendered a forceful invasionist essence.
The BJP took up this “infiltrators” issue post 1991 and made it a focal issue. They gave it a further shared tone by requesting that while Hindu Bangladeshis who began moving inferable from islamisation of the nation, ought to be given the status of political exiles, the Muslims ought to be extradited. This was further showed in the utilization of the expression “Miyan” to suggest to the settlers.
This communalisation likewise occurred at the scenery of the disappointment of Asom Gana Parishad which initiated the Assam Movement. Over a long stretch they neglected to execute the arrangements of the Accord. The situation of gross formative shortage did not improve. This disappointed many people who moved towards BJP who sounded staunch when it came to “othering” the Muslims.
Post 1998 races BJP riding on this influx of invasion figured out how to infiltrate the Barak Valley which as of now had a readied ground for public pressure backpedaling to the times of Sylhet being made a piece of India. BJP additionally needed to underwrite this issue in light of the fact that the Ayodhya issue of Ram Janambhoomi couldn’t have much fruitful ground in Northeast.