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B Borooah College students� stir against CAB

By City Correspondent

GUWAHATI, Dec 3 - After the protest of the students of Cotton University against the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill or CAB, today, the students of B Borooah College also took out a protest rally in which nearly 200 students of the college raise anti-government and anti-CAB slogans.

They started their march from the college premises towards Guwahati Club and back by displaying placards and shouting slogans such as �We oppose Citizenship Amendment Bill�, �Assam is not a dustbin�, �BJP go back�, etc.

�The students of Assam will not accept the bill in any form. It will not solve the problems of Assam,� a few students of the college said.

KMSS rally: Members of the Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) carried out a torch rally against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill here this evening. The rally started from Guwahati Club and culminated at the Assam Engineering Institute playground.

The rally was led by KMSS leader Akhil Gogoi where senior advocate Arup Borbora and Dr Nabanil Barua among others, took part.

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B Borooah College students� stir against CAB

GUWAHATI, Dec 3 - After the protest of the students of Cotton University against the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill or CAB, today, the students of B Borooah College also took out a protest rally in which nearly 200 students of the college raise anti-government and anti-CAB slogans.

They started their march from the college premises towards Guwahati Club and back by displaying placards and shouting slogans such as �We oppose Citizenship Amendment Bill�, �Assam is not a dustbin�, �BJP go back�, etc.

�The students of Assam will not accept the bill in any form. It will not solve the problems of Assam,� a few students of the college said.

KMSS rally: Members of the Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) carried out a torch rally against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill here this evening. The rally started from Guwahati Club and culminated at the Assam Engineering Institute playground.

The rally was led by KMSS leader Akhil Gogoi where senior advocate Arup Borbora and Dr Nabanil Barua among others, took part.