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AGARTALA | January 7, 2020:
In Tripura, BJP launched the outreach program on Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) yesterday as part of party's nationwide campaign.
Party MLAs, Ministers, MPs are visiting localities across the state to make people aware about the CAA which invited massive protests in northeast India and many other parts of the country.
Meanwhile, the Joint Movement against Citizenship Amendment Bill (JMACAB), a joint platform of political and apolitical outfits has announced to resume its protest through a protest rally.
Convenor of the organization, Anthony Debbarma told media in a press conference at Agartala that the organization withdrew its protest after meeting Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb and Home Minister Amit Shah.
He said, in the meeting with Chief Minister and Home Minister, the organization was directed to meet the Home Minister once again with a detailed demand draft. But no positive sign have been seen when it passed almost a month, said Mr. Anthony.