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Huge protest rally at Doomdooma over CAA

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DOOMDOOMA, Dec 22 - Addressing a mammoth protest rally against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 at the Doomdooma Town Field today, AASU vice-president Chittaranjan Basumatary sharply criticised the governments, both at the Centre and the State for polarising the country in communal line through CAA to fulfil the political interest of the BJP. He warned both the governments to refrain from doing communal politics in Assam where people belonging to different communities and religion have been living unitedly since long.

In his address, AJYCP general secretary Palash Changmai strongly opposed CAA. He criticised the State government for its attempt to create division among the tribes of the State to weaken the ongoing anti-CAA movement.

The rally was also addressed by senior advocate Upamanyu Hazarika, AMSU vice-president Debeswar Moran, AATASU joint secretary Milan Burhagohain, ATTSA organising secretary Rupesh Tanti, AASAA Tinsukia District Committee secretary Suresh Bhumij and several others and vehemently opposed the CAA.

The rally which was moderated by journalist Deben Deka and AASU Tinsukia District Committee assistant secretary Rana Sonar began with the beating of the drum (doba). Around 10,000 people who participated in the rally vowed to continue their struggle against CAA until it is repealed by the government.

On the other hand, Brihattar Doomdoomabasi Asomiya Marwari Samaj, Akhil Assam Bhojpuri Parishad and Akhil Assam Bhojpuri Yuva Chatra Parishad also protested CAA and participated in today�s rally. Earlier, the Akhil Assam Bhojpuri Parishad burnt the effigy of Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal near the ASTC bus stand here.

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Huge protest rally at Doomdooma over CAA

DOOMDOOMA, Dec 22 - Addressing a mammoth protest rally against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 at the Doomdooma Town Field today, AASU vice-president Chittaranjan Basumatary sharply criticised the governments, both at the Centre and the State for polarising the country in communal line through CAA to fulfil the political interest of the BJP. He warned both the governments to refrain from doing communal politics in Assam where people belonging to different communities and religion have been living unitedly since long.

In his address, AJYCP general secretary Palash Changmai strongly opposed CAA. He criticised the State government for its attempt to create division among the tribes of the State to weaken the ongoing anti-CAA movement.

The rally was also addressed by senior advocate Upamanyu Hazarika, AMSU vice-president Debeswar Moran, AATASU joint secretary Milan Burhagohain, ATTSA organising secretary Rupesh Tanti, AASAA Tinsukia District Committee secretary Suresh Bhumij and several others and vehemently opposed the CAA.

The rally which was moderated by journalist Deben Deka and AASU Tinsukia District Committee assistant secretary Rana Sonar began with the beating of the drum (doba). Around 10,000 people who participated in the rally vowed to continue their struggle against CAA until it is repealed by the government.

On the other hand, Brihattar Doomdoomabasi Asomiya Marwari Samaj, Akhil Assam Bhojpuri Parishad and Akhil Assam Bhojpuri Yuva Chatra Parishad also protested CAA and participated in today�s rally. Earlier, the Akhil Assam Bhojpuri Parishad burnt the effigy of Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal near the ASTC bus stand here.