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    CAB Protest: Normal life comes to standstill in Arunachal

    ES Reporter

    ITANAGAR, Dec 10: Along with the rest of the Northeastern states, Arunachal Pradesh today joined the Anti-Citizenship Amendment Bill protest by supporting  the 11-hour bandh called by the North East Students Organization (NESO) and All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union today.
    Despite assurance from the state government regarding zero impact of CAB in Arunachal; total shutdown was seen across Arunachal opposing the Citizenship Amendment Bill. Schools, banks as well as other business establishments were closed and attendance in government offices was also seen to be very thin. Vehicles remained off the road except for Magistrate and Police vehicles.
    Speaking to media, Coordinator NESO, Pritam Sonam said 'Since day one NESO is demanding total scrapping of CAB. Despite strong resentment from entire northeastern states, central government is adamant to introduce the bill again and again in Parliament.'
    While responding to the assurance of Home Minister Bamang Felix, he added ‘For how long BEFR and Chin Hills Regulation will protect us. Both the regulations are not from the Indian government but introduced…

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