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AKRSU to launch stir

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BONGAIGAON, May 12 - The All Koch Rajbongshi Students� Union (AKRSU) announced a new series of agitation at a press conference at its head office at Barpara in the town on Friday.

The union�s general secretary, Gokul Barman slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led State and union government for their indifferent attitude towards the union�s long-pending demands and announced its decision to intensify the agitation in the coming days against the government.

The union has called a 24-hour Assam bandh on May 24 demanding a separate Kamatapur state and ST status to its community as a part of its new agenda. For the same demand, the union would stage a 3-hour sit-in-demonstration on June 4 in every district besides calling for a 100-hour chakka jam on June 12 and a 12-hour railway blockade on June 26.

The union's leaders clarified that they would never accept the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill to be implement in the State as it would certainly pose a threat to the existence of their community as well as the greater Assamese community.

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AKRSU to launch stir

BONGAIGAON, May 12 - The All Koch Rajbongshi Students� Union (AKRSU) announced a new series of agitation at a press conference at its head office at Barpara in the town on Friday.

The union�s general secretary, Gokul Barman slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led State and union government for their indifferent attitude towards the union�s long-pending demands and announced its decision to intensify the agitation in the coming days against the government.

The union has called a 24-hour Assam bandh on May 24 demanding a separate Kamatapur state and ST status to its community as a part of its new agenda. For the same demand, the union would stage a 3-hour sit-in-demonstration on June 4 in every district besides calling for a 100-hour chakka jam on June 12 and a 12-hour railway blockade on June 26.

The union's leaders clarified that they would never accept the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill to be implement in the State as it would certainly pose a threat to the existence of their community as well as the greater Assamese community.

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