All set to re-compose the course of Assamese legislative issues, the All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) is going towards establishing another Political Party, after the establishment of the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP), which was established after the six-years in length Assam Agitation (1979-1985).
This time, the requires a political outfit were required after the BJP-drove Government experienced will its arrangement to actualize the Citizenship Amendment Act.
Declaring plans for the development of another gathering, AASU pioneer Dipanka Nath, at an occasion in Goalpara, reported that the conventions will be kickstarted after February.
Then, the AASU is watching this release of the Magh/Bhogali Bihu by burning copies of the CAA in meji blazes. In 1985, the AASU initiative was instrumental in the development of the provincial party, Asom Gana Parishad (AGP).
The AGP administered for two terms under the administration of one-time understudy pioneer Prafulla Kumar Mahanta, nonetheless, pundits of the outfit called attention to that it bombed on its fundamental survey guarantee: to identify and extradite unlawful outsiders under the Clause 5 of the Assam Accord.
Presently, 35 years after the arrangement of the AGP, the AASU is by and by compromising an undeniable passage into legislative issues, and the pioneers are bolstered in this by numerous different indigenous associations, artists, and intelligent people.
Dipanka Nath is of the conclusion that the Assam heads have given up before Delhi, which has forced the CAA, and subsequently, Nath feels, it is by and by time for the AASU to step in with the general mish-mash to “salvage” Assam from the ‘counter Assam’ components.
In the interim, the AASU President has additionally educated that the AASU will proceed with its unsettling against the Bill-turned-Act. The pioneers will sit for a meet on January 17, and from there on, will declare further designs to crush the antagonistic CAA.