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AICC to decide on CAB after consultation

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NEW DELHI, Oct 25 - The AICC is likely firm up its stand on the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) in consultation with PCC presidents of the northeastern States.

The first meeting of the �working group� comprising PCC presidents and Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leaders was held here at the AICC headquarters today to deliberate on the National Register of Citizens and the CAB.

Talking to this newspaper Assam PCC chief Ripun Bora said that they given their inputs about the NRC exercise and the latest developments connected with the issue.

Bora said the meeting was also joined by Lok Sabha MP Gaurav Gogoi and president of Manila Congress Sushmita Dev.

Bora, meanwhile, said that all the members of the group has been asked to submit their opinion on the CAB.

The working group is likely to meet again as all members were not present today.

Meanwhile, Assam CLP leader Debabrata Saikia said that he was unable to attend the meeting as he was not invited. �I heard about the meeting but did not receive any invitation from the AICC,� he said.

The group was formed by Congress president Sonia Gandhi after a meeting with leaders of the Congress party of the Northeast.

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AICC to decide on CAB after consultation

NEW DELHI, Oct 25 - The AICC is likely firm up its stand on the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) in consultation with PCC presidents of the northeastern States.

The first meeting of the �working group� comprising PCC presidents and Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leaders was held here at the AICC headquarters today to deliberate on the National Register of Citizens and the CAB.

Talking to this newspaper Assam PCC chief Ripun Bora said that they given their inputs about the NRC exercise and the latest developments connected with the issue.

Bora said the meeting was also joined by Lok Sabha MP Gaurav Gogoi and president of Manila Congress Sushmita Dev.

Bora, meanwhile, said that all the members of the group has been asked to submit their opinion on the CAB.

The working group is likely to meet again as all members were not present today.

Meanwhile, Assam CLP leader Debabrata Saikia said that he was unable to attend the meeting as he was not invited. �I heard about the meeting but did not receive any invitation from the AICC,� he said.

The group was formed by Congress president Sonia Gandhi after a meeting with leaders of the Congress party of the Northeast.

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