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AAMSU slams state government

Kokrajhar: The All Assam Minority Students Union (AAMSU)  slammed the state government as well district administration for not allowing the students union to stage protest against D-voters issue in the state

AAMSU was supposed to stage a protest against government over D-voters’ issue in Kokrajhar town near Children Park.

Hundreds of students union and minority people gathered at the venue, but district administration refrained them from holding protest rally.

The students union strongly condemned the district administration's decision and demanded early closure of the D voters cases while making succesfull update of the final draft of NRC  in the state.



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