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We can't be Hindus or Muslims, if we can't remain Assamese.
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Forcing an idea down people's throats can only lead to contagious rebellion, an irrational use of force by the state and, ultimately, chaos.
Unreasonable exclusion of a certain group of people goes against the very foundation that this nation was imagined and built upon - pluralism.
The objective behind the Citizenship Amendment Bill was humanitarian justice for the most deprived sections.
Assam has been at the receiving end of historical wrongs. Immigration is a sensitive issue in the state which needed a more nuanced approach.
The unstated objective of the CAB is to polarise the Hindu electorate by leaving persecuted Muslim refugee-migrants out of its warm citizenship embrace.
Assam is calling CAB a violation of Assam Accord. Tripura says it lost jobs to Hindu Bengalis.