New Delhi: Protest in Assam over the Citizenship Amendment Bill is increasing day by day. Police fear that this protest may increase terrorist activities in the state. At the same time, a large stock of weapons of the United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA) has also been found in Bangladesh. It also contains 13 rockets and large-scale explosive material.
Earlier in 2014, a large consignment of ULFA weapons was also recovered in Bangladesh. In 2004, two truck arms were seized. Organizations opposing the amendment of the Citizenship Law say that the war from the road movement to the law will be fought against this bill. He has said that to maintain the introduction of Assamese, it has become necessary to oppose it.
At the same time, the Assam Police says that the public opinion being drawn against the bill can act to revive terrorist organizations. The head of the anti-citizenship law amendment forum and state-specific intellectual, Dr. Hiren Gohaiin, has said that Assamese people will become a minority if the bill changes into law. Citizenship can not be granted on the basis of religion.