KMSS Urges Organizations Not to Step Back from CAB protest


The Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) on Monday said that the foreigners will be able to work in the inner line permit area and 6th schedule area although the CAB will not be implemented in those areas.

Addressing a press conference today, KMSS Chief Akhil Gogoi said that the foreigners’ will not be able to buy land in the sixth schedule area but they will be able to work there and will also be able to cast their vote. They can even take land in lease.

Gogoi stated that the discussion of CAB with the union home minister is a sheer drama and that the center has made a delusion within us regarding CAB. He also reiterated that the Centre has not said that the inner line area and the sixth schedule are not excluded from CAB, rather it is said that the rules of these areas will not be violated by CAB.

Gogoi also revealed the statement made by Hagrama Mohilary to the union home minister Amit Shah. Mohilary urged the Centre to implement CAB with its power.

The KMSS chief further claimed that the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) has surrendered shamelessly in the meeting held at Delhi.

Reacting on Assam Sahitya Sabha’s statement, Gogoi said that the apex literature body has stepped back up with their responsibility by stating that the preservation of language-culture is the main aim.

He also claimed that the discussion was one-way traffic and after Amit Shah declared that Clause VI will be implemented before passing CAB, the organizations become silent and the protests against CAB have become weak.

The KMSS further said that CAB can’t safeguard the constitutional rights of the people and therefore he urged the political and non-political organizations to continue the protests against CAB in order to safeguard the rights of the people.

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