NE communities in Bangalore organise sit-in protest against CAA

NE communities in Bangalore organise sit-in protest against CAA
The Naga Students'' Union Bangalore (NSUB) seen during the sit in protest.
Correspondent KOHIMA, DEC 14 (NPN) | Publish Date: 12/14/2019 11:47:45 AM IST

Northeast communities in Bangalore came together on Saturday to organized  a sit-in protest against the amended Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) from 11 am to 1 pm in Bangalore. 

Hundreds of people from different northeast communities gathered at Sri Puttanne Chetty Town Hall, where Naga Students' Union Banglaore (NSUB) along with its sub-units participated in the protest to show resentment over the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) which was passed in both the houses of the Parliament recently, a press release issued by Naga Students' Union Banglaore on Saturday stated. 

The gathering was addressed by leaders from different Northeast States. All the leaders who spoke on the occasion voiced their resentment on illegal Bangladeshi immigrants and also talked about the compromise of culture and tradition which was at stake. They also expressed their concern that Tripura was the victim now but the rest of the NE is next. NSUB president Nuthipru Nienu, while addressing the crowd, said CAB is an ethical predicament that challenges the complexities of the northeast indegenous people and that the incursion of the migrants might result in tribal cultural dilution which poses a major ethical dilemma. The president also mentioned that the bill was passed without considering the sentiments and plea of indigenous citizen of Northeast, to which he said the people are opposing CAB.

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