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AJYCP to hold public meetings from today

By City Correspondent

GUWAHATI, Dec 17 - The 36-hour hunger strike organised by Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) across the State against the contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) ended today with the participation of hundreds of people from various walks of life.

AJYCP president Rana Pratap Baruah said the district members of AJYCP from Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Biswanath, Sonitpur, Mangaldai, Nalbari, Barpeta and Morigaon and others staged the hunger strike in their respective areas from 6 am yesterday.

�Artistes, educationists, student fraternity, writers among others joined us in all the districts and expressed their solidarity in opposing the CAA,� Baruah said, adding that the strike concluded at 6 pm his evening.

�We will continue the movement with a slogan �No CAA, yes ILP� till the Act it is scrapped. The Parishad will also organise mass convention programmes across the State from December 19. The mass convention programmes will be organised in Dhemaji on December 19 and in Barpeta on December 22. We are organising public meetings in rural pockets of the State to create awareness about the CAA from tomorrow (Wednesday),� he added.

The Parishad also urged the public not to indulge in any unlawful activities while protesting against CAA.

In Guwahati, 20 members staged the hunger strike till 6 pm today at the Ulubari High School field, where more than 200 people were present.

�Members of various organisations, including AASU, the president of All�Tai Ahom Students� Union Manoj Gogoi, journalists Ajit Bhuyan and Prasanta Rajguru among others visited us today,� he further added.

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AJYCP to hold public meetings from today

GUWAHATI, Dec 17 - The 36-hour hunger strike organised by Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) across the State against the contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) ended today with the participation of hundreds of people from various walks of life.

AJYCP president Rana Pratap Baruah said the district members of AJYCP from Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Biswanath, Sonitpur, Mangaldai, Nalbari, Barpeta and Morigaon and others staged the hunger strike in their respective areas from 6 am yesterday.

�Artistes, educationists, student fraternity, writers among others joined us in all the districts and expressed their solidarity in opposing the CAA,� Baruah said, adding that the strike concluded at 6 pm his evening.

�We will continue the movement with a slogan �No CAA, yes ILP� till the Act it is scrapped. The Parishad will also organise mass convention programmes across the State from December 19. The mass convention programmes will be organised in Dhemaji on December 19 and in Barpeta on December 22. We are organising public meetings in rural pockets of the State to create awareness about the CAA from tomorrow (Wednesday),� he added.

The Parishad also urged the public not to indulge in any unlawful activities while protesting against CAA.

In Guwahati, 20 members staged the hunger strike till 6 pm today at the Ulubari High School field, where more than 200 people were present.

�Members of various organisations, including AASU, the president of All�Tai Ahom Students� Union Manoj Gogoi, journalists Ajit Bhuyan and Prasanta Rajguru among others visited us today,� he further added.