AASU, 28 other organisations all set to intensify Anti-Citizenship Bill protest
First Published: 22nd May, 2018 20:37 IST
AASU is all set to intensify its protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill. In fact the AASU along with 28 other organisations are all set to go for a mass
AASU is all set to intensify its protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill.
In fact the AASU along with 28 other organisations are all set to go for a mass hunger strike protesting against the proposed bill on May 29.
The influential students’ body will also launch a satyagraha in every district of the state in the first week of June to oppose the bill.
The bill is a threat to all the ethnic communities of the state, the AASU said.
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