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AGP�s �sankhanaad� at Bongaigaon

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BONGAIGAON, June 8 - The Asom Gana Parishad had organised a �sankhanaad� (blowing a conch) programme in Bongaigaon against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 on Thursday and clarifed its stand on it.

The party workers, its supporters and leaders took out a rally from the public field at Barpara under scorching heat and reached Gandhi Maidan, in the town, where a public meeting was held.

Leaders of the party addressing the meeting said that they have been opposing the Bill to protect the citizenship of those migrants who had entered Assam before 1971 and its indigenous people.

�We would not compromise with the government regarding the Bill�, former Chief Minister and the party leader Prafulla Kumar Mahanta said.

This �shankhanaad� programme would sensitise the people of Bongaigaon against the Bill, said Minister and working president of the party Keshab Mahanta.

�We are trying our best to oppose the Bill by being in the government�, said Agriculture Minister and the party president Atul Bora.

Food, Civil Supplyand Consumer Affairs Minister Phani Bhusan Choudhury delivered inaugural address in the meeting.

Many other leaders and office bearers of the party and its sister groups were present at the programme.

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AGP�s �sankhanaad� at Bongaigaon

BONGAIGAON, June 8 - The Asom Gana Parishad had organised a �sankhanaad� (blowing a conch) programme in Bongaigaon against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 on Thursday and clarifed its stand on it.

The party workers, its supporters and leaders took out a rally from the public field at Barpara under scorching heat and reached Gandhi Maidan, in the town, where a public meeting was held.

Leaders of the party addressing the meeting said that they have been opposing the Bill to protect the citizenship of those migrants who had entered Assam before 1971 and its indigenous people.

�We would not compromise with the government regarding the Bill�, former Chief Minister and the party leader Prafulla Kumar Mahanta said.

This �shankhanaad� programme would sensitise the people of Bongaigaon against the Bill, said Minister and working president of the party Keshab Mahanta.

�We are trying our best to oppose the Bill by being in the government�, said Agriculture Minister and the party president Atul Bora.

Food, Civil Supplyand Consumer Affairs Minister Phani Bhusan Choudhury delivered inaugural address in the meeting.

Many other leaders and office bearers of the party and its sister groups were present at the programme.