KMSS and several other organisations of Assam on Monday stripped naked and staged protest in New Delhi against Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016.
The Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) and several other organisations of Assam on Monday stripped naked and staged protest in New Delhi against Centre’s move to table the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016.
Protesters took to the streets and raised “Bangladeshis, go back” slogans.
The prime minister had announced at a rally at Silchar in Assam on Friday that the government is moving ahead with the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill.
KMSS advisor Akhil Gogoi said “it’s time people come out and raise voice for their rights.”
“I salute these men to stage the highest form of protest in the democratic way. This is the time we stand united for the cause of our land and rights. This is time all of the people should come out to voice for their rights and the conspiracy against the BJP government (sic),” Gogoi said.
He also said that the BJP government is trying to woo the Hindu Bengali voters with this bill.