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GUWAHATI, March 10 - Demanding proper medical treatment to KMSS leader Akhil Gogoi, who is now lodged in the Guwahati Central Jail, members of four organisations of Assam, namely the Forum Against Citizenship Act Amendment, the Coordination Committee of Anti-CAA organisations, the Sanmilita Sangram Parishad and the Anti-CAA Chatra Samaj will stage protests on Wednesday.

The organisers said the protest will be held across the State at different times of the day. In Guwahati, the protest will be held at Guwahati Club Rotary point, where students, academicians and writers will take part. At the protest site, the agitators will raise the demand to release Akhil Gogoi and all other leaders of anti-CAA movement and to stop the government-aided oppression of the people who have been raising their voice against the Act.

The organisers appealed to all sections of public to extend their support to the protest by staging demonstrations, wearing black badges, carrying out processions or organising cultural programmes in their respective places.

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4 organisations to stage protest today demanding Akhil�s release

GUWAHATI, March 10 - Demanding proper medical treatment to KMSS leader Akhil Gogoi, who is now lodged in the Guwahati Central Jail, members of four organisations of Assam, namely the Forum Against Citizenship Act Amendment, the Coordination Committee of Anti-CAA organisations, the Sanmilita Sangram Parishad and the Anti-CAA Chatra Samaj will stage protests on Wednesday.

The organisers said the protest will be held across the State at different times of the day. In Guwahati, the protest will be held at Guwahati Club Rotary point, where students, academicians and writers will take part. At the protest site, the agitators will raise the demand to release Akhil Gogoi and all other leaders of anti-CAA movement and to stop the government-aided oppression of the people who have been raising their voice against the Act.

The organisers appealed to all sections of public to extend their support to the protest by staging demonstrations, wearing black badges, carrying out processions or organising cultural programmes in their respective places.

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