The Telegraph pictureThe Laluk unit of the Chatra Mukti Sangram Samiti, the student wing of the KMSS, has lodged a complaint with Lakhimpur police against Assam cabinet minister Himanta Biswa Sarma for his alleged provocative speech in front of the media in Guwahati on Tuesday. According to the complainant, Sarma’s speech — stating that citizenship would be given based on religion — was provocative and could foment riots. They sought to lodge a case against Sarma under Section 153A of the IPC. Lakhimpur superintendent of police said: “We have received a complaint from the Chatra Mukti Sangram Samiti at Laluk. Taufiqur Rahman Borbora, another intellectual, said: “We condemn the case against Hiren Gohain and two others.” Sarma was criticised at a rally of specially abled people in Guwahati.
Source: The Telegraph January 12, 2019 19:07 UTC