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Online appeal to Prez soon for Akhil�s release

By City Correspondent

GUWAHATI, Feb 25 - President of Asom Songrami Mancha (ASM) Diganta Konwar and working president Adip Kumar Phukan have said that the party is preparing a petition to be sent online to the President calling for immediate and unconditional release of Akhil Gogoi and all others who were arrested during the anti-CAA movement in the State.

The ASM also requested the people to come forward cutting across political and ideological inclinations to support this initiative and to be united in the protest against CAA.

�The people of Assam have an apprehension that the draconian Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (amended) will be misused against these detainees as part of political vendetta. The policy of suppression and retaliation against these patriotic mass leaders will have serious socio-political repercussions in Assam in future,� the ASM said in a press statement today.

The statement added that the recently filed petition by the ASM in three departments of the United Nations against CAA and for protection of the indigenous people of Assam has sensitised the world why CAA is detrimental to Assam and its indigenous people and exposed how CAA is against the spirit of the Charter of the United Nations and the Universal Declaration on Human Rights.

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Online appeal to Prez soon for Akhil�s release

GUWAHATI, Feb 25 - President of Asom Songrami Mancha (ASM) Diganta Konwar and working president Adip Kumar Phukan have said that the party is preparing a petition to be sent online to the President calling for immediate and unconditional release of Akhil Gogoi and all others who were arrested during the anti-CAA movement in the State.

The ASM also requested the people to come forward cutting across political and ideological inclinations to support this initiative and to be united in the protest against CAA.

�The people of Assam have an apprehension that the draconian Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (amended) will be misused against these detainees as part of political vendetta. The policy of suppression and retaliation against these patriotic mass leaders will have serious socio-political repercussions in Assam in future,� the ASM said in a press statement today.

The statement added that the recently filed petition by the ASM in three departments of the United Nations against CAA and for protection of the indigenous people of Assam has sensitised the world why CAA is detrimental to Assam and its indigenous people and exposed how CAA is against the spirit of the Charter of the United Nations and the Universal Declaration on Human Rights.

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