Guwahati : On Saturday, AASU along with 30 other indigenous groups and organisations conducted a press meet. In defiance against the central as well as the state government, AASU along with 30 other organisations declare 11 hour Assam Bandh on 8Th January in protest against the Citizenship Bill.
Assam Bandh by AASU
PM Modi faced a major backlash from all corners of Assam when he announced in Silchar that the controversial Citizenship Bill will be passed in the Parliament.
Apart from the Assam Bandh, AASU also declared 7Th January as Black Day and will continue to observe 7th January as Black Day in the political history of Assam. AASU has urged people to observe 7th January as Black Day.
8th Jan Assam Bandh by AASU
In the press meet, AASU adviser, Samujjal Bhattacharya stated that, “The BJP Has proved that it is safeguarding the Bangladeshi,”.
He further added, “We will never accept any Bill which goes against the Assam Accord. We will not accept the partial report of the Joint Parliamentary Committee.”
AASU declares Assam Bandh on 8th January
AASU along with 30 indigenous organisations will led the protest against the Bill.
The North East Students’ Organisation also called for bandh against the Bill on January 8 in the northeastern states.