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#CAA protests adversly impact business in the state

To show strength and tackle resentment against the ruling alliance the BJP organised a massive organisational meet in Guwahati on Saturday.

Addressing the gathering, where several hundred booth BJP presidents and kayrakartas took part, minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that the AASU has every right to protest against the controversial Citizenship Act, which has rocked the entire country.

He added that  Assam is a land of Shankardeva, Madhavdeva and Ajan Fakir. “Anyone can oppose or support CAA. But we will give reply politically if anyone tries to form new political outfit”, the minister said, adding that the BJP will form government in the state in 2021 again. 

He also said that the protests against CAA have adversly impacted business sentiment in the state .

BJP national working president JP Nadda also took part in the meet and addressed the garhering.

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