All Moran Students’ Union, Doomdooma to continue agitation against CAA
DOOMDOOMA: Inaugurating the open session and prize distribution meeting on the concluding day of the 13th biennial conference of All Moran Students’ Union (AMSU), Doomdooma Regional Committee and third biennial conference of Moran Jatiya Mahila Parishad (MJMP), Doomdooma Regional Committee at Rangajan on Tuesday and Wednesday, Naba Moran, secretary of AMSU said that the demands for ST status and self-autonomy were two long-pending demands of the Moran community.
“But we will not sacrifice the interest of Assamese nationality at the cost of fulfilling the aspirations of the Morans,” said AMSU secretary Naba Moran. Criticizing the divisive tactics and policy of allurement of the Sarbananda Sonowal-led BJP Government he declared in no uncertain terms they would accept the packages declared to different ethnic groups of Assam as these were their legitimate dues. He deplored the role played by Sarbananda Sonowal, who was once held in high esteem as ‘Jatiya Nayak’, for his inability to stand against C(A)A in the face of the threat the Act had posed to Assamese nationality and Assamese language.
“So we will have to march together in the interest of keeping our nationality intact and our agitation against C(A)A would continue,” he said. On the other hand, AMSU President Arunjyoti Moran who attended as chief guest said, “We will simultaneously continue the legal fight as well as agitations against CAA in the coming days.”
The open session was held under the joint co-ordinators of Jaykanta Moran, president of AMSU, Doomdooma Regional Committee, and Phulati Moran, MJMP, Doomdooma Regional Committee. In the beginning, secretary Thaman Moran explained the objectives of the meeting while Mahim Moran, president of the reception committee welcomed the guests. Noted poet Dr. Aruna Gogoi Baruah inaugurated the bulletin of AMSU ‘Saumar Sandhan’. Mintu Moran addressed the gathering as an appointed speaker. The meeting was attended by AJYCP, Tinsukia district committee president Surajit Moran, noted poet Sarifa Khatun Chaudhury and distinguished novelist Juri Bora Borgohain among others.