In an appeal, he said that a section is running propaganda to mislead the people of the state on the Citizenship Amendment Act.
The Chief Minister said that he would not do anything that would go against the interest of the people of Assam. Mr. Sonowal said that his government is always ready to find out solutions on this issue through dialogue.
Our correspondent reports that a delegation led by Mr. Sonowal will meet Prime Minister and Union Home Minister soon to appraise them on the situation.
Meanwhile, day curfew has been relaxed today in Guwahati and Dibrugarh following improvement in the situation. Flight operation also resumed at Dibrugarh airport.
The regional office of the Airport Authority of India in Guwahati will provide 1000 lunch and dinner packets with Akshaypatra for the next 5 days from today at Guwahati railway station for the stranded passengers. Around 35 short distance trains were cancelled today.
The North-East Frontier railway had run 4 special trains since 12th December to carry about 2400 passengers. The transport department has deployed buses in Guwahati city to carry stranded passengers. The death toll has risen to four in clashes between protesters and security forces in the state.