The new political party will not join hands with the nationalist and "communal" forces as that will hurt the sentiments of the indigenous people who trust AASU and AJYCP.
All Assam Students Union (AASU), which has been spearheading the protests against the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), has hinted at launching a political party.
In Nalbari town, AASU members hung Sonowal's effigy at the Harimandir Chowk, Ghograpar, Barbhag, Bahjani, Tihu, Chamata and Koithalkuchi in Nalbari district.
'They have unleashed their oppressive machinery on people. It is clear that the Sarbananda Sonowal government will be brought down,' said AASU president.
Bhattacharya also criticised President Ram Nath Kovind for his assent to the Citizenship Amendment Bill on Thursday night within days of the passage of the controversial legislation in Parliament.
The AASU chief advisor Samujjal Bhattacharya slammed the BJP-led government at the Centre for thrusting the contentious piece of legislation on the people of the North East.
Protestors tonsured their heads, attacked vehicles and blocked the movement of trains; students stayed away from colleges
The organisation also announced a series of agitations to protest against the Bill likely to be introduced in Parliament on Monday.