APCC president Takam Sanjoy said that the Citizen Amendment Bill-2016 is a controversial bill and passing this bill, PM Modi wanted protects and make foreigner as citizens of India.
Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) today organised a massive protest rally against the Citizenship (amendment) bill -2016 (CAB) here at Itanagar.
Rally started from Congress Bhawan and culminated at civil secretariat, where congress worker burn the effigies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Pema Khandu.
With slogans against BJP government, PM Modi and CM khandu, Hundreds of congress worker take parts in the rally by holding the banner poster and flags and play cards.
Rally led by Arunachal Pradesh Congress (APCC) President Takam sanjoy , MLA Takam Pario and MLA Markio Tado and other senior leaders of APCC.
Addressing the rally APCC president Takam Sanjoy said that the Citizen Amendment Bill-2016 is a controversial bill and passing this bill, PM Modi wanted protects and make foreigner as citizens of India. PM Modi want to make North East as dumping ground of foreigner, especially Bangladeshi, Sanjoy alleged . We North East people will never accepts this bill we cannot let our State as dumping grounds of foreigner he added.
The BJP has creating communal tension, hatred in the North East region. Bring this Citizen Amendment Bill-2016, saying that the foreigner who came India before 6 years are illegible in Citizenship right, whereas we Arunachal fighting against chakma- Hajong refugee issue since long, and our nearby state Assam fighting in NRC issue is Assam for check the illegal migration in the State.
Condemning the CM khandu’s Statement that the Citizenship Bill is not going to affects to Arunachal Pradesh, Sanjoy said Khandu yet to understand about the bill and he alone can’t take any decision where as 14 lakhs people of State is against this bill to save or protect the indigenous people.
The Bengal Eastern frontier Regulation Act 1873 law is already in State but why the BJP government is trying to damage this protection act which was implement by British government in state to the protection of indigenous people.