ALL ASSAM STUDENTS UNION
RSS volunteers fan out in Northeast to explain Citizenship Amendment Bill
The bill is aimed at making minority communities such as Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis and Christians from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan eligible to apply for Indian citizenship. The bill was passed by the Lok Sabha on January 8 but due to protests from several organisations in northeast and some NDA allies, it was not tabled in the Rajya Sabha.
Northeast no dumping ground for illegal immigrants: AASU
“We will not accept the Citizenship Amendment bill. The Centre must not consider the...
All Assam Students Union threatens to launch agitation against proposed Citizenship Amendment bill
The Assamese student body has decided to f...
AASU imposes 3-month cooling off period for office bearers
“This bar of not joining any political party for three months after leaving or completing of tenure is applicable for office bearers of the student body,” Lurinjyoti Gogoi, general secretary of AASU, told.
Prateek Hajela must account for money spent, says BJP
Assam BJP unit chief Ranjeet Kumar Dass said that Hajela must not be released unless he submits a utilisation certificate of Rs 1,600 cr spent on the NRC.
Citizenship bill not acceptable: All Assam Students' Union
Congress says bringing back the bill will be a betrayal of the people of northeast India
AASU says final NRC contains flaws, will appeal in SC
The NRC in the state has been updated under the monitoring of the Supreme Court to include only genuine Indian nationals.
NRC timeline through the years
The government today released the final version of National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam. Here's how it all started.
Kin of Assam agitation martyr called up by foreigners tribunal
Madan Mallick died in a riot post the Nellie massacre of 1983. His wife and son appeared before the foreigners tribunal on Wednesday.
Government tries to allay fears on NRC, says non-inclusion does not mean declared foreigner
The ministry also said it will amend the rules to increase the time limit of filing of appeals in foreigners tribunals (FTs) from 60 to 120 days.
Mrinal Miri included in MHA-constituted panel on Assam Accord
Tribal organisations have demanded for making the panel more board based.
New panel to discuss cultural safeguards for Assam on July 24
The ministry had to reconstitute the panel after four of the nine members named on the earlier panel, set up in January, refused to be a part of it.
Centre to help Assam govt set up 1,000 foreigners tribunals
The central government is also in the process of giving its approval to the state government's proposal to set up e-Foreigners Tribunals for those who were declared illegal immigrants.
RSS cleared the air in Northeast, Assam on citizenship bill
Cadre distributed leaflets, reached out to locals to allay their fears and offer clarity on the bill, a move that aided BJP in improving its tally in the region.
Janta Dal (United) assures to put its opposition to citizenship Amendment bill in the menifesto, AASU claimed
JDU is expected to announce its national manifesto on April 14.
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