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Protests continue in Assam against CAA

Peaceful protests against much controversial and debatable new citizenship laws have been seen escalated in Assam by the day.

People across the Brahmaputra valley everyday take to streets shouting 'joi aai Asom' and 'no to CAA' slogans defying cold weather since December last.

Waving black flags to ruling party politicians by different pressure groups of the state has become a common parlence.

Today also witnesses protests across the state.

The Cotton University students today stage protest wearing black badges. The students have once again clarified that they will never accept the CAA in any circumstances. Similarly, the AASU and some other organistions stage peaceful protests against the Act in different parts of the state.

Meanwhile, ASSU general secretary Lurin Jyoti Gogoi, who is a research student of mathematics, has said that the organisation will not stop protest untill the controversial Act is revoked. On the otherhand, the Asom Jatiyotabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) has decided to move the Supreme Court of India, seeking Inner Line Permit status for the state.

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