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AASU, SAKP announce joint programmes

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 15 - The All Assam Students� Union (AASU) and Sadou Asam Karmachari Parishad (SAKP) today announced a series of programmes throughout the State, demanding concrete measures to secure the future of the indigenous people of Assam and opposing the Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2016.

In a joint meeting of the SAKP office-bearers and representatives of the student body held today at Swahid Nyas here, both the organisations decided to take up the issue of an error-free NRC in the State and register strong protest against granting citizenship to illegal migrants in the name of religion.

�The second draft of the NRC will be published on June 30 and hardly a few days are left for the verification process and other related activities. Government officers and employees are making every possible efforts to bring out an error-free NRC. We request the State government to provide adequate security to the officials and employees associated with the NRC update work in vulnerable areas,� the student body said.

As part of their joint action plan, AASU and SAKP teams will meet the Deputy Commissioners of every district, demanding an error-free NRC in the State. On May 18, both the organisations will observe �Prerona Diwas� to encourage officials and workers involved with the NRC update work.

On June 4, AASU and SAKP will stage a protest demonstration in front of the Raj Bhawan against the Bill.

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AASU, SAKP announce joint programmes

GUWAHATI, May 15 - The All Assam Students� Union (AASU) and Sadou Asam Karmachari Parishad (SAKP) today announced a series of programmes throughout the State, demanding concrete measures to secure the future of the indigenous people of Assam and opposing the Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2016.

In a joint meeting of the SAKP office-bearers and representatives of the student body held today at Swahid Nyas here, both the organisations decided to take up the issue of an error-free NRC in the State and register strong protest against granting citizenship to illegal migrants in the name of religion.

�The second draft of the NRC will be published on June 30 and hardly a few days are left for the verification process and other related activities. Government officers and employees are making every possible efforts to bring out an error-free NRC. We request the State government to provide adequate security to the officials and employees associated with the NRC update work in vulnerable areas,� the student body said.

As part of their joint action plan, AASU and SAKP teams will meet the Deputy Commissioners of every district, demanding an error-free NRC in the State. On May 18, both the organisations will observe �Prerona Diwas� to encourage officials and workers involved with the NRC update work.

On June 4, AASU and SAKP will stage a protest demonstration in front of the Raj Bhawan against the Bill.

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