AIUDF joins clamour for special session

Guwahati: After Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) and Congress, the AIUDF additionally raised a demand for a different meeting session to discuss the Citizenship (Amendment) invoice, 2016. On Tuesday, 8 MLAs of the party wrote to the speaker urging him to carry a different meeting session to discuss the invoice.
AIUDF normal secretary and Dhing MLA Aminul Islam said round 289 organizations have whole-heartedly hostile the invoice. "This is a strong message from the people of Assam. And we want all the organizations to stand united for the greater cause of the state and its people. And under such circumstances, the statements of some of the BJP leaders are very unfortunate," Islam told reporters at the party headquarters in the city on Tuesday.

Islam additionally criticised the function of AGP, saying the regional party should have been extra vocal.


Islam added that the invoice is a delicate factor and should be mentioned in the home and the comments should be sent to the Centre, or else the folks of the state will suffer ultimately.


AIUDF leaders were additionally critical of the timing of Sonowal's Vietnam trip. "The Vietnam trip could have taken place later. This indicates that the government is not sensitive towards the interests of the people," he added.


The state has witnessed mass opposition towards the amendment which endorses citizenship for all non-Muslims from neighbouring countries who've come right here until December 31 of 2014.


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