Mantu Dutta, an activist from Assam who had once organized bare dissent against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, is back in action. Also, this time, he requested for 'freedom' of Assam.
Clad in conventional dhoti and Assamese gamosa around his neck, 45-year-old Dutta was seen remaining before the workplace of the Deputy Commissioner of Jorhat on Tuesday, holding a notice.
The words on Mantu Dutta's notice started with Joi Aai Axom (Long Live Mother Assam).
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"Since Assam is definitely not a constituent province of India, so please award freedom to Assam," the notice in Assamese read.
Mantu Dutta, who is known for his protests in Upper Assam, was seen remaining before the Deputy Commissioner's office for almost two hours on Tuesday.
Despite the fact that he requested 'autonomy' of Assam, neither the police nor the locale organization gave any consideration to the individual dissent.
Dutta who hails from Rajabari territory in Jorhat said he was arranging the dissent in his individual limit, and he didn't speak to any ideological group or association.
Despite the fact that the police and locale organization wanted to choose to disregard Dutta's individual dissent on Tuesday, his interest was unquestionably not a shaggy canine story.
Dutta's interest for 'autonomy' of Assam certainly lines up with dissident ULFA's four-decade-old development for a 'sovereign' Assam.
A cop, when approached about the interest for 'freedom' of Assam, said no moves were made as nobody pays attention to Mantu Dutta in Jorhat.
Dutta is frequently observed conveying a notice and fighting on issues which he believes is significant.
On January 11, a year ago, Mantu Dutta had organized a bare dissent before the workplace of the Deputy Commissioner of Jorhat against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016. He had additionally requested 'dissidence charges' be slapped against researcher Hiren Gohain.
As the bare dissent was humiliating for individuals before the Deputy Commissioner's office, police had gotten him at that point and powerfully dressed him.
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