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Citizenship Ammendment Bill 2016 copies burnt in Margherita

Protest against the Controversial Citizenship Amendment (2016) Bill staged in Margherita as part of state-wide protest. The local unit of Margherita AASU burnt copies of the Bill at NH 38, Segunbari tiniali, Margherita and observed Black Day at Margherita. The AASU activists shouted various slogans against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and BJP-led Government both at the Centre and State for not cancelling the controversial citizenship Amendment(2016) Bill.

Similarly, in Tinsukia, activists of AJYCP, CMSS, KMSS and other Organisations went for a nude protest and shave their heads as part of their protest against the bill. 

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Mithun Baruah reports from Margherita.

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