KMSS Launches Statewide Agitation Against CAB

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Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) has launched agitations across the state against the proposed Citizenship (Amendment) Bill from Monday.
The KMSS chief Akhil Gogoi said that three other sister organizations along with them have launched the agitation from Monday by visiting houses of people across the state to distribute leaflets and other “awareness documents” against the Bill.
“Our stand is very clear that protesting against the CAB is a fight for our identity. We will oppose it at any cost, even by shedding our blood,” Gogoi said.
On November 22, the organization will hold a protest demonstration and submit a memorandum to the President and the Prime Minister “for the last time” through the Governor that “we will not accept the CAB at any cost”, he added.
“We will also work towards uniting all the political parties and organizations. The KMSS-led 70 groups and AASU-led 30 groups should unite against the CAB so that there are no conflicting programmes,” the peasant leader said.
He emphasized that there is no question of difference in ideology or political parties at this moment and anyone opposing the CAB should unite, he added.
He further stated that this bill is unconstitutional and unparliamentary.
“This is against the people of the state. We all should come out and oppose it vehemently,” Gogoi appealed the public to join the agitation.

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