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ACMS to start anti-CAB stir from Dec 17

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DOOMDOOMA, Dec 11 - The Asam Chah Mazdoor Sangh (ACMS) ha strongly opposed the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill. The president of ACMS and former Union Minister Paban Singh Ghatowar and secretary Rupesh Gowala were highly critical of the imposition of CAB on the people of Assam against their wishes, which they believe to be detrimental to the tea labourer community, which forms a part of the greater Assamese nationality.

The central committee of the ACMS will resort to a vigorous anti-CAB agitation in all the tea gardens spread over the entire Brahmaputra valley. This was stated by Rupesh Goala, secretary, ACMS central committee, in a press meet hurriedly called on Tuesday in its ACMS, Doomdooma branch office. As per their agitational programme, on December 17 they will stage demonstrations and hold protest meetings in the tea gardens and burn effigies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and State Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal publicly. After this, they will take out protest rallies by all its branches to register their Anti-CAB stand on December 19. This act of passage of a Bill like Constitutional (Amendment) Bill, 2019 of Central Government, they believe, would be disastrous for the survival of the Assamese nationality as well as Assamese language and culture. The tea tribe community being a part of the greater Assamese society will also meet with the same fate in the event of illegal Hindu Bangladeshi immigrants getting citizenship so liberally as proposed in the said controversial Bill.

�The ACMS considered it to be their bounding duty to oppose this anti-constitutional Bill in the hour of crisis. The Bill has posed as a serious problem for the disruption of very fabric of the Assamese society,� said Secretary Rupesh Goala while talking to the scribes in the press meet.

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ACMS to start anti-CAB stir from Dec 17

DOOMDOOMA, Dec 11 - The Asam Chah Mazdoor Sangh (ACMS) ha strongly opposed the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill. The president of ACMS and former Union Minister Paban Singh Ghatowar and secretary Rupesh Gowala were highly critical of the imposition of CAB on the people of Assam against their wishes, which they believe to be detrimental to the tea labourer community, which forms a part of the greater Assamese nationality.

The central committee of the ACMS will resort to a vigorous anti-CAB agitation in all the tea gardens spread over the entire Brahmaputra valley. This was stated by Rupesh Goala, secretary, ACMS central committee, in a press meet hurriedly called on Tuesday in its ACMS, Doomdooma branch office. As per their agitational programme, on December 17 they will stage demonstrations and hold protest meetings in the tea gardens and burn effigies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and State Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal publicly. After this, they will take out protest rallies by all its branches to register their Anti-CAB stand on December 19. This act of passage of a Bill like Constitutional (Amendment) Bill, 2019 of Central Government, they believe, would be disastrous for the survival of the Assamese nationality as well as Assamese language and culture. The tea tribe community being a part of the greater Assamese society will also meet with the same fate in the event of illegal Hindu Bangladeshi immigrants getting citizenship so liberally as proposed in the said controversial Bill.

�The ACMS considered it to be their bounding duty to oppose this anti-constitutional Bill in the hour of crisis. The Bill has posed as a serious problem for the disruption of very fabric of the Assamese society,� said Secretary Rupesh Goala while talking to the scribes in the press meet.