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Gana satyagraha rocks Tezpur

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TEZPUR, Dec 16 - The gana satyagraha organised by AASU in association with 28 other organisations representing various ethnic communities against the CAA rocked Tezpur town today. The huge anti-CAA rally participated by over 15,000 people shouted slogans against the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Central Government�s move to implement the controversial Act and demanded scrapping of it without any delay.

The rally starting from the historic Swahid Bakori passed through the town and culminated at Court Chariali area here. Addressing the gathering, ex-central committee member-cum-central committee member of All Assam Lawyers� Association, Jan Borah asked the BJP-led Central and the State government to work in the interest of the indigenous people of the State or to get ready to face grave consequences. �We have come onto a single platform to fight with the collective strength of the people from every walk of life against the Centre�s move to provide Indian citizenship to illegal migrants by implementing the Citizenship (Amendment) Act.� The protesters later submitted a memorandum to the Circle officer of Tezpur Circle office, Pankaj Chamua that was addressed to the Prime Minister of India.

On the other hand, continuing the anti-CAA movement, the artists� community here staged their protest yesterday with a day-long programme at the Court Chariali area here. On the other hand, led by the Tezpur AASU and in association with the AJYCP, the Tezpur unit a huge foot-march was taken out on Saturday last. The rally participated by over 5000 people coming from different village areas and started from Swahid Bakori passed through the Da-Parbatia and Beseria area before culminating at the Court Charilai area. The protesters vehemently criticised the governments for their alleged move to implement the CAA in the region posing a serious threat to its aboriginal people.

Curfew withdrawn: As Tezpur along with its adjoining areas are limping back to normalcy, the Sonitpur district administration has withdrawn curfew clamped to keep the city under control. However, anticipating breach of public peace and tranquility, Section 144 CrPC has been imposed.

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Gana satyagraha rocks Tezpur

TEZPUR, Dec 16 - The gana satyagraha organised by AASU in association with 28 other organisations representing various ethnic communities against the CAA rocked Tezpur town today. The huge anti-CAA rally participated by over 15,000 people shouted slogans against the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Central Government�s move to implement the controversial Act and demanded scrapping of it without any delay.

The rally starting from the historic Swahid Bakori passed through the town and culminated at Court Chariali area here. Addressing the gathering, ex-central committee member-cum-central committee member of All Assam Lawyers� Association, Jan Borah asked the BJP-led Central and the State government to work in the interest of the indigenous people of the State or to get ready to face grave consequences. �We have come onto a single platform to fight with the collective strength of the people from every walk of life against the Centre�s move to provide Indian citizenship to illegal migrants by implementing the Citizenship (Amendment) Act.� The protesters later submitted a memorandum to the Circle officer of Tezpur Circle office, Pankaj Chamua that was addressed to the Prime Minister of India.

On the other hand, continuing the anti-CAA movement, the artists� community here staged their protest yesterday with a day-long programme at the Court Chariali area here. On the other hand, led by the Tezpur AASU and in association with the AJYCP, the Tezpur unit a huge foot-march was taken out on Saturday last. The rally participated by over 5000 people coming from different village areas and started from Swahid Bakori passed through the Da-Parbatia and Beseria area before culminating at the Court Charilai area. The protesters vehemently criticised the governments for their alleged move to implement the CAA in the region posing a serious threat to its aboriginal people.

Curfew withdrawn: As Tezpur along with its adjoining areas are limping back to normalcy, the Sonitpur district administration has withdrawn curfew clamped to keep the city under control. However, anticipating breach of public peace and tranquility, Section 144 CrPC has been imposed.