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Jan 29, 2019

Political parties opposing Citizenship Amendment bill to meet in Guwahati today

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A meeting of the various political parties who are opposing the Citizenship Amendment bill will be held in Guwahati today. 
The meeting is being called by the Asom Gana Parishad. Meghalaya and Mizoram Chief Ministers among others will attend the meeting. 
Meanwhile, JD ( U) will oppose the bill in the Rajya Sabha. 

Senior party leaders conveyed it to the leaders of Asom Gana Parishad following a meeting of the two parties held in Guwahati on Monday. 

The bill has the provision of giving Citizenship to the minority people of the neighbouring countries including Bangladesh. 

On the other hand, Convenor of the North East Democratic Alliance, NEDA and senior Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that, there was no threat to the prospect of the NEDA despite differences on the Citizenship Amendment bill.

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