Region: NESO to resume anti-CAA movement from tomorrow

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Earlier, union home minister Amit Shah asserted that CAA would be implemented in the country once the COVID-19 pandemic ended.
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Guwahati: The northeastern states to renew its movement against the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) on Wednesday. The North East Students’ Organization (NESO) has announced to re-launch its anti CAA movement to press the Centre to scrap it.

NESO advisor Samujjal Bhattacharyya said, “We have been demanding of withdrawal of CAA from northeastern states and will continue to press for it. Besides, the Centre must implement the historic Assam Accord in its true letter and spirit.”

He added that the umbrella student body of the northeastern states would demonstrate a protest dharna in the state capitals across the region.

“All the respective state units under NESO will demonstrate against CAA and Armed Forces Special Power Act (AFSPA) besides other demands. Our movement will continue till the ethnic communities of the northeastern region will have total constitutional safeguard,” he added.

Earlier, despite constant opposition against CAA, union home minister Amit Shah asserted that CAA would be implemented in the country once the COVID-19 pandemic ended.

NESO and the All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) said that mass movements would resume if the Centre tried to “impose the law”.

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