Torchlight rally against CAA in Diphu
Torchlight rally against CAA in Diphu. Image: Northeast Now

Activists of Diphu Regional Students’ Union along with local citizens took out a torchlight rally against CAA in Diphu on Saturday.

Karbi Students Association (KSA-Simeon Rongphar) and All Dimasa Students Union (ADSU) also took part in the rally.

The rally began from Semson Sing Ingti Memorial Park, went through the market and back to the Park.

The protesters shouted slogans like “Narendra Modi Go Back”, “Inkalab Zindabad” and “Sarbananda Sonowal Husiyar”.

Diphu Regional Students Union general secretary Sorjon Hanse said, “We urge the parents to let allow their children to participate in the anti-CAA movement and take it forward.”

“If CAA is not repealed, it will destroy Assam completely. We cannot accept it,” Hanse added.

“Irrespective of the religion we should fight against CAA in unity and continue it till the Act is abolished,” he reiterated.

“The Assam government is holding peace meeting in various places across Assam. Instead of such meetings, let the PM Modi declare that the Act will not be implemented in Northeast,” he added.

A similar rally was also held in Bakaliaghat by the All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) and was participated by the members of Hindi Bhashi Samaj, Bengali Samaj, Srimanta Sankardeva Sangha, Karbi Student Association, Marwadi Samaj, and AJYCP.

Protestors shouted slogans against CAA, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, home minister Amit Shah, Assam Chief Minister Sarbanda Sonowal and finance minister Himanta Biswa Sarma.

Nongee Terang

Nongee Terang is Northeast Now Correspondent in Diphu. He can be reached at: