The demonstration was in protest against the new statement of Gogoi supported refugee status to sections of post-March 25, 1971 migrants from Bangladesh. The protest was part of a two days demonstration that starts on Friday.
AASU said in a statement that it would persist to protest the anti-national act on the part of the Chief Minister.
It said that “There is absolutely no place for illegal Bangladeshi migrants in Assam, and we condemn the pro-Bangladeshi stance of the Chief Minister in the strongest terms.”
In the city also, members of the All Guwahati Students’ Union protests at many places like Chandmari, Dispur and Gauhati University, burning effigies of the CM.