August 10, 2022
CAA: Citizenship Amendment Act will be implemented in the country soon, Home Minister Amit Shah told the time

CAA: The Citizenship Amendment Act i.e. CAA was passed by the Parliament of the country on 11 December 2019. It was also notified on 12 December within 24 hours. But still its implementation is stuck, because the rules have not been framed yet. There is also resentment in the Matua community of West Bengal about this, who have been waiting for it for a long time. On Tuesday, Leader of Opposition and BJP leader Shubhendu Adhikari of West Bengal met Union Home Minister Amit Shah regarding this.

Officer urges Shah to implement CAA at the earliest

During this, the officer urged Shah to implement the CAA at the earliest. On this, the Union Home Minister assured him that the rules regarding this would be prepared after giving a precautionary dose of Corona vaccine. In fact, during a rally in Bengal earlier this May, Amit Shah had said that this law will be implemented after the corona epidemic is over.

The officer gave information about the meeting by tweeting

Shubhendu Adhikari, who became a political star by defeating Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in the West Bengal assembly elections, tweeted about meeting Home Minister Amit Shah in Delhi. He tweeted and wrote, It is an honor for me to meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah for 45 minutes in his office in Parliament. I told them how the West Bengal government is completely entangled in corrupt activities like teacher recruitment scam. Also requested them to implement CAA at the earliest.

Submitted a list of 100 TMC leaders to Home Minister: Officials

Talking to the media after meeting Shah, the official said that he has submitted a list of 100 TMC leaders to the Home Minister who were allegedly involved in the scam, in which former minister Partha Chatterjee was arrested. has been done. He said that I have demanded Amit Shah to conduct a comprehensive inquiry into this scam.

Let us tell you that for a long time there was a tour of tremendous protests in the country regarding the Citizenship Amendment Act. Riots had also erupted in Delhi. The CAA law, passed by the Parliament by the central government, seeks to grant citizenship to persecuted minorities from India’s Muslim neighbors Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh, who had migrated to India by December 31, 2014.

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