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�Bouddhik Raijmel� held in Sivasagar

By ANN Service

SIVASAGAR, Dec 22 - Sivasagar Jila Sahitya Sabha in association with Rongpur Sahitya Sabha and Sivasagar Yuva Dal organised a Bouddhik Raijmel on CAA at the Yuva Dal auditorium yesterday.

Former secretary of Asam Sahitya Sabha Nahendra Padun said that Assamese as bonafide citizens of the state feel genuinely worried that Assamese language like the Kokborok language of the Tripuris will be reduced to the second position once CAA gets implemented.

Sonaram Baruah, former Principal of Sivasagar Girls� College said that the government has doled out a plethora of promises only to distract our attention from CAA.

The meeting was addressed, among others, by Samsul Barik, Sankarlal Agarwala, Buddhin Mishra, Diganta Mongal Neog, secretary of Sivasagar Bar Associstion, Buddhin Mishra, Principal of Sivasagar Girls� College, Kartick Dutta, former Principal of Sivasagar Commerce College.

Senior Advocate Anil Dutta said that the representatives in Parliament took oath in the name of God and the people of India to protect the interests of the citizens first.They are now concentrating more on the interests of the foreigners living illegally in the country. The law itself evokes much misunderstanding among the legal fraternity. It violates the secular credential(Article 14 and Article 29) of the Indian Constitution. One cannot change the Fundamental Rights. As a community we are based (read united) on language, not religion, he added.

Former Professor Hachna Ara Begum opined that if we cannot assert our claims today, we can never get it done tomorrow.

Manoj Kumar Borthakur, president of Rongpur Sahitya Sabha in his speech said that cultural and linguistic sovereignty is associated with economic power of the community. If we are to survive, we must work hard to produce than we spend.

Dr Upen Gogoi said that we voted BJP to power inspite of a clear declaration in their manifesto that CAAB would be introduced and now there is no point in crying hoarse.

Himadrijyoti Dutta, president of Higher Secondary Teachers� Associstion said that we do not want to continue the movement by closing down educational institutions.

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�Bouddhik Raijmel� held in Sivasagar

SIVASAGAR, Dec 22 - Sivasagar Jila Sahitya Sabha in association with Rongpur Sahitya Sabha and Sivasagar Yuva Dal organised a Bouddhik Raijmel on CAA at the Yuva Dal auditorium yesterday.

Former secretary of Asam Sahitya Sabha Nahendra Padun said that Assamese as bonafide citizens of the state feel genuinely worried that Assamese language like the Kokborok language of the Tripuris will be reduced to the second position once CAA gets implemented.

Sonaram Baruah, former Principal of Sivasagar Girls� College said that the government has doled out a plethora of promises only to distract our attention from CAA.

The meeting was addressed, among others, by Samsul Barik, Sankarlal Agarwala, Buddhin Mishra, Diganta Mongal Neog, secretary of Sivasagar Bar Associstion, Buddhin Mishra, Principal of Sivasagar Girls� College, Kartick Dutta, former Principal of Sivasagar Commerce College.

Senior Advocate Anil Dutta said that the representatives in Parliament took oath in the name of God and the people of India to protect the interests of the citizens first.They are now concentrating more on the interests of the foreigners living illegally in the country. The law itself evokes much misunderstanding among the legal fraternity. It violates the secular credential(Article 14 and Article 29) of the Indian Constitution. One cannot change the Fundamental Rights. As a community we are based (read united) on language, not religion, he added.

Former Professor Hachna Ara Begum opined that if we cannot assert our claims today, we can never get it done tomorrow.

Manoj Kumar Borthakur, president of Rongpur Sahitya Sabha in his speech said that cultural and linguistic sovereignty is associated with economic power of the community. If we are to survive, we must work hard to produce than we spend.

Dr Upen Gogoi said that we voted BJP to power inspite of a clear declaration in their manifesto that CAAB would be introduced and now there is no point in crying hoarse.

Himadrijyoti Dutta, president of Higher Secondary Teachers� Associstion said that we do not want to continue the movement by closing down educational institutions.