AMSU to submit memorandum

Our Correspondent
TINSUKIA, May 16: In a bid to register overwhelming and mass protest against the proposed Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016, the All Moran Students’ Union (AMSU) is contemplating to send memorandum copies of 1 lakh citizens and 10,000 organizations to the JPC, Assam Governor and Chief Minister on May 23.

In a press meet held on Tuesday at Bodousa Bhavan, Tinsukia, Arun Jyoti Moran, president of AMSU, declared that they would obtain public views from all organizations of Moran community, all ethnic and non-ethnic communities, sports and educational bodies, youth organizations, Mahila Samitis, SHGs and other establishments and would submit the memorandum of one lakh citizens to the Deputy Commissioner of Tinsukia after organizing a mass rally from Thana Chariali on May 23. In later stages, the AMSU would initiate to send memorandum from different districts of Assam through the respective Deputy Commissioners, also bringing all north-eastern States, including Arunachal Pradesh under its ambit, Moran announced.

Outlining AMSU’s stand very clear, Moran categorically stated that the colonial attitude of the Centre towards the Northeast should be stopped and conspiracy to create disharmony and disintegration among religious groups and communities must be brought to an end, while reiterating that foreigners who had entered Assam after March 25, 1971, irrespective of caste-community-religion, had be deported.