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Congress promises to build anti-CAA memorial if voted to power, promises to ‘respect’ Assam Accord

Rahul Gandhi had recently stated that his part will 'respect' the Assam Accord and will not implement CAA if voted to power.

“Will hear some good news soon”: Assam Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma tweets after discussing Assam identity issues with HM Amit Shah

On Wednesday, Assam cabinet minister Himanta Biswa Sarma met Union Home Minister Amit Shah to discuss the issue of NRC implementation in the state and said that 'good news' regarding the same was coming soon

Two weeks after his arrest, NIA raids Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti leader Akhil Gogoi’s residence in Guwahati

Akhil Gogoi was arrested on December 12 amid widespread protests against the amended Citizenship Act across the state

Normalcy returning to Assam, schools reopen in 11 districts after almost two weeks of shut down

The schools were closed amidst widespread protests on December 11. Many examinations in universities and other institutions were postponed amidst protests.

Understanding Assam protests: Here is how it emphasizes the necessity of NRC, and CAB is not to be blamed for the mess

Assam would have witnessed violence at some point in time or the other even if the CAB was not implemented.

Prime Minister Modi vows to safeguard Clause 6 of Assam Accord: Read its significance amidst CAB debate

PM Modi assures that Clause 6 of the Assam Accord will be upheld. The BJP has been insisting that the CAB will not impact the state negatively.

NRC outcome: As a nation, we have failed Assam

The NRC was promised by Rajiv Gandhi as part of the Assam Accord in 1985. Obviously, he had no intention of actually doing it.

Our fight is against illegal Muslims coming from Bangladesh, not indigenous Muslims: Himanta Biswa Sarma

Himanta Biswa Sarma says indigenous Muslims not our enemy in Assam, only illegal Bangladeshi Muslims

Modi nails lies on Citizenship Amendment Bill; Assam roars in approval

English mainstream media of the Sunday morning have given a slanted view to Modi’s speech

It is our duty to protect persecuted minorities from neighbouring Islamic nations: PM Modi in Assam

The Prime Minister asserted that it was India's duty to provide shelter to people who have suffered immense oppression in neighbouring countries due to their non-Islamic faith. He argued that the Citizenship Amendment Bill is directed towards this purpose.

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