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AJYCP hunger strike, AASU procession at Sivasagar

By ANN Service

SIVASAGAR, Dec 17 - Eight members of the Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad, Sivasagar district committee completed their 36-hour hunger strike in support of the movement opposing the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 at 6 pm today. The members were Dibyajyoti Das, president, Gautam Gogoi, secretary, Kula Pd Saikia, Dulal Gogoi, Biswajit Das, Mithu Dutta, Bubul Dutta and Prajal Saikia.

The AASU Sivasagar unit took out a procession which held a meeting at the gate of the DC office and the speakers urged the people to maintain peace and discipline while registering their protests. Addressing the rally, Pradip Borgohain, adviser, AASU, district unit said that the people�s movement will continue until the Centre revokes the controversial Act.

Meanwhile, the situation here has improved considerably and there was a heavy rush of buyers in the market and the ATMs have started functioning normally.

DC Sivasagar, Dr MS Laksmipriya yesterday thanked the media and representatives from various organisations for their support to the administration in maintaining public peace and harmony in the district. She called for restraint as wrong information can cause a lot of harm in the society. Amitabh Sinha, SP, Sivasagar, addressing the media also called for maximum restraint and called upon the agitating people to stay away from picketing in oil installations of ONGC as it involves considerable hazards.

The Brihattar Mahila Mancha took out a procession yesterday and demanded immediate intervention of the Supreme Court. The alumni of Sivasagar Govt Boys HS also took out a silent procession against CAA. It was addressed by Pradip Borgohain, Dr Saumerjyoti Mahanta, Pushpanjoli Dutta, president, Brihattar Mahila Mancha, Papori Phukan and many others who severely criticised the Centre for their indifferent attitude to the people�s protests.

Protest rallies were also taken out at Nitaipukhuri, Amguri, Gaurisagar, Demow, Nazira and Moran with a large number of people taking part in them peacefully. So far, there has been no report of any untoward incident or damage of public property from any part of the district.

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AJYCP hunger strike, AASU procession at Sivasagar

SIVASAGAR, Dec 17 - Eight members of the Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad, Sivasagar district committee completed their 36-hour hunger strike in support of the movement opposing the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 at 6 pm today. The members were Dibyajyoti Das, president, Gautam Gogoi, secretary, Kula Pd Saikia, Dulal Gogoi, Biswajit Das, Mithu Dutta, Bubul Dutta and Prajal Saikia.

The AASU Sivasagar unit took out a procession which held a meeting at the gate of the DC office and the speakers urged the people to maintain peace and discipline while registering their protests. Addressing the rally, Pradip Borgohain, adviser, AASU, district unit said that the people�s movement will continue until the Centre revokes the controversial Act.

Meanwhile, the situation here has improved considerably and there was a heavy rush of buyers in the market and the ATMs have started functioning normally.

DC Sivasagar, Dr MS Laksmipriya yesterday thanked the media and representatives from various organisations for their support to the administration in maintaining public peace and harmony in the district. She called for restraint as wrong information can cause a lot of harm in the society. Amitabh Sinha, SP, Sivasagar, addressing the media also called for maximum restraint and called upon the agitating people to stay away from picketing in oil installations of ONGC as it involves considerable hazards.

The Brihattar Mahila Mancha took out a procession yesterday and demanded immediate intervention of the Supreme Court. The alumni of Sivasagar Govt Boys HS also took out a silent procession against CAA. It was addressed by Pradip Borgohain, Dr Saumerjyoti Mahanta, Pushpanjoli Dutta, president, Brihattar Mahila Mancha, Papori Phukan and many others who severely criticised the Centre for their indifferent attitude to the people�s protests.

Protest rallies were also taken out at Nitaipukhuri, Amguri, Gaurisagar, Demow, Nazira and Moran with a large number of people taking part in them peacefully. So far, there has been no report of any untoward incident or damage of public property from any part of the district.