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AASU and Allied Organizations to Launch Protests Against CAA in Assam from March 4

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The All Assam Students Union (AASU) along with 30 other organizations have announced a series of protests across the state starting from March 4, opposing the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

AASU and Allied Organizations to Launch Protests Against CAA

The decision was made during a meeting where AASU and tribal organizations reiterated their stance against illegal Bangladeshi immigrants and expressed concerns about protecting the indigenous population.

Addressing a press conference, AASU’s chief advisor, Samujjal Bhattacharya, emphasized the rejection of CAA by the people of Northeast India, highlighting ongoing protests and legal battles in the region. Bhattacharya cautioned both the state and central governments against disregarding the concerns of the indigenous people, warning against any attempts to enforce CAA.

He questioned the validity of CAA’s passage in the Rajya Sabha, attributing it to sheer numbers rather than genuine acceptance. Bhattacharya pointed out the Supreme Court’s decision to hear petitions related to CAA separately for Assam, Tripura, and other northeastern states, emphasizing the disparity in rules between these states and the rest of India.

AASU announced plans for peaceful agitation, including a bike rally on March 4 and protests on March 8 and 9, urging the government to refrain from using force against demonstrators.

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