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GUWAHATI, July 27 - The fast observed by members of the KMSS for an indefinite period against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill that proposes to give citizenship to persecuted religious minorities living in Bangladesh, continued for the third day today.

Three leaders of the organisation � Dandinath Barman, Niladhar Kalita and Manik Bordoloi � are observing fast at the Dighalipukhuripaar since July 25, among whom the condition of Bordoloi has deteriorated.

Meanwhile, the Satra Mukti Sangram Samiti has criticised Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal for the hike in admission fee for pursuing BEd courses and decided to sit for fast unto death against the decision.

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KMSS fast continues

GUWAHATI, July 27 - The fast observed by members of the KMSS for an indefinite period against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill that proposes to give citizenship to persecuted religious minorities living in Bangladesh, continued for the third day today.

Three leaders of the organisation � Dandinath Barman, Niladhar Kalita and Manik Bordoloi � are observing fast at the Dighalipukhuripaar since July 25, among whom the condition of Bordoloi has deteriorated.

Meanwhile, the Satra Mukti Sangram Samiti has criticised Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal for the hike in admission fee for pursuing BEd courses and decided to sit for fast unto death against the decision.

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