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Former CM holds up ‘independent Mizoram’ poster

Guwahati: Mizoram, the place pro-China slogans have been raised in contemporary protests in opposition to the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, on Tuesday saw former leader minister Lal Thanhawla preserving a banner searching for an impartial Mizoram.

“Hello, Independent Republic of Mizoram,” the banner says. Asked why the Congress veteran was once preserving the banner, spokesperson of Congress’s Mizoram unit Lallian Chhunga said, “He was once now not sporting any banner and had best joined the protest. He just took place to stay his hand on a banner carried by a protester.”

However, now not utterly brushing aside the message it sent out, Chhunga added, “The message is our manner of telling the government of India that should you forcibly go the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, there is not any reason why we should continue to turn our loyalty to sovereign India. It is a matter of existence and death.”

Referring to the pro-China slogans raised in recent years (banners said “The word China has been used as a logo to tell Indian political leadership that should you do like this, we will be able to display our disloyalty. It is a symbolic gesture to turn our disloyalty.”

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