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TSUD condemns CAA, NRC; Calls for symbolic protest

Dimapur, January 6: The Tenyimi Students’Union Dimapur has condemned the continuing violence against students and innocent protestors across the country and universities by radical elements and state sponsored groups in their protests against Citizenship Amendment Act and National Register Certificate.
The TSUD said the CAA is nothing but a “diabological Act” against the very tenets of the Indian Constitution the basis of which was formed on equal rights and opportunities to every citizen irrespective of religion or castes.
“The continued form of autocratic governance without listening to reason and the people is a matter of grave concern to everyone and undermines the democratic and secular principles of the country .The frightening similarity of the Citizenship Amendment Act with the Nuremberg Act Of 1935 should be an eye opener to all,” the TSUD stated in a press release.
The Tenyimi Students’Union Dimapur also condemned the Naga MPs, who took a U-turn after so much assurance given to the people of Nagaland and Northeast and voting in favour of the Bill.
TSUD calls for symbolic protest.
Tenyimi Students’ Union Dimapur has called for symbolic protest and requested all its constituent units to hoist black flags on their respective offices or Hoho Offices as a sign of anguish and solidarity on January 8 from 8 a.m. onwards.
The Union invited all the students bodies and other Civil Organizations irrespective of tribes to join the symbolic protest.
Tenyimi Students’ Union Dimapur will be hoisting the symbolic black flag at its office premises and requested all the seniors and well-wishers to attend the same. It said any unit can collect the black flags at the TSUD Office on January 7 from 9 a.m. onwards.
(Page News Service)

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