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‘Ganahungkar’ against CAA held at Tinsukia
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 TINSUKIA, Jan 3 - In the public gathering organised by Tinsukia district committees of All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) and All Assam Mottock Yuba Chatra Parishad (AAMYCP) at ITI field, Boroguri here today, Lurin Jyoti Gogoi, general secretary, AASU dubbed Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal as a great actor and added that he should get the Oscar Award for his acting performance at this juncture of social turmoil in the State.

Speaking at the ‘Ganahungkar’, he further stated that agitation would continue till the Citizenship (Amendment) Act is repealed by the Central Government. Gogoi opined that the present stir against CAA was not led by any particular leader but it was being led by the people of Assam as a whole. He also expressed concern over the role of the Chief Minister, who has nto not taken any stand against CAA, which would endanger the language, culture and traditions of indigenous people of Assam. He appealed to the people to continue their protest against the CAA till it is repealed.

The meeting that was attended by thousands of people from all walks of life was also addressed by the president of the central committee of Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad Rana Pratap Baruah and president of All Moran Students’ Union Arun Jyoti Moran, well-known cultural activist Manash Robin besides many other office bearers of different student, social and cultural organisations.

Speakers warned the Government that people of Assam would never accept CAA and would continue their stir against it. They said people were ready for ultimate sacrifice for the safeguard of Assamese language, culture and tradition. They also termed Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal as a betrayer of Assamese people.

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