TINSUKIA: “I dare Chief Minister Sabananda Sonowal to face a TV interview on the CAA issue and ask him to substantiate his claim that a section of intellectuals and journalists has misguided the people of Assam,” said advocate of the apex court, Arup Borbora while addressing a ‘Gana Hungkar’ (mass uproar) programme against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act organized by Tinsukia district committee of AJYCP at Bordoloi Nagar Field Tinsukia on Thursday. He also asserted that the controversial CAA would be declared null and void by the Supreme Court in course of time.
More than 3,000 people representing various ethnic groups, socio-cultural and trader organizations like Tinsukia National Chamber of Commerce, Assam Bhujpuri Sahitya Sabha, Daily Bazar Merchant Association, Tinsukia Asomiya Bangali Samaj, Marwari Sanmelon and Assam Bhujpuri Parishad participated in the programme. Moderated by Kon Gogoi, central organizing secretary of AJYCP, the meeting was addressed by Palash Changmai, State general secretary, Dr Jyoti Prasad Chaliha, former Vice-Principal of Tinsukia College, Arun Jyoti Moran, president of AMSU and other leaders. The artistes from Kakopathar also performed a street drama at the venue.