Mamata Banerjee: NRC and CAA tense for west bengal,northeast

Mamata Banerjee: NRC and CAA tense for west bengal,northeast

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today addressed the issue of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Register of Citizens (NRC).
She said these issues are sensitive for West Bengal and Northeast India, expressing his desire to avoid any unrest ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.
Mamata Banerjee  also commented on the Centre’s possible notification of CAA rules today, saying, ‘Let me see the rules first.
The notification has not been issued yet. If people are deprived of their rights under the laws, we will fight against it.’ She dismissed these actions as BJP’s election campaign strategy, saying, ‘It is nothing else.’

The Central Government of India is expected to announce the rules and regulations for the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) today, March 11.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah recently asserted that the CAA would be notified before the Lok Sabha elections and reiterated that the Act does not take away anyone’s citizenship as it lacks such provision.

“Our Muslim brothers are being misled and instigated (against the CAA). The CAA is only meant to give citizenship to those who came to India after facing persecution in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh. It is not for snatching anyone’s Indian citizenship,” Shah said.

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