CUSU Will Launch Signature Campaign against CAB
The Cotton University Students’ Union (CUSU) on Monday urged all the political parties to make their stand clear on CAB.
The Secretary of CUSU Rahul Bordoloi announced a signature campaign against CAB and that 5000 Cottonian will give a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
He said that they will also give a ‘Gamosa’ to the Prime Minister as a symbol of the protest. “We will also gherao the BJP office and will organize a cultural protest against CAB,” said Bordoloi.
Addressing a press conference today, the members of CUSU said, “We are protesting against CAB and will continue the protest till the government’s decision to scrap the contentious bill.”
Reacting on AGP’s stand on CAB, the CUSU said that the people of Assam will not forgive them if they won’t take any step against the bill.
The Cottonians’ will stage protest by involving all levels of people adding that the people should reject AGP and Assam Sahitya Sabha who cannot take a bold step against CAB which will destroy the rights of the indigenous people of the state.
The CUSU also threatened Congress and asked them to withdraw the two-pronged policy.
They further stated that if the government won’t listen to the people of Assam then the situation of 1979 will return adding that the government will be responsible if Assam sheds with blood.
The CUSU also condemned state finance minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on the statement made on the assembly as ‘Joy Bangla’. They will also lodge a case against the finance minister.
They further reiterated that Assam can’t be run from Nagpur and Delhi as there are still self-reliant people in the state. “We made Assam free from Mughals and now we will make the state free from Bangladeshis,” said CUSU.