Amit Shah Declares Nationwide CAA Implementation Ahead of Lok Sabha Elections.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah declares the nationwide implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) before the Lok Sabha elections.
Learn about the objectives and controversies surrounding this decision. Amit Shah announced that CAA will be implemented nationwide before the Lok Sabha elections.
Bharatiya Janata Party is currently busy preparing for the Lok Sabha elections. Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Amit Shah has made a big announcement.
He said that the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) will be implemented in the entire country before the Lok Sabha elections.
The objective of giving citizenship to minorities.
He has announced this during a program. He said, “I want to make it clear that CAA will not take away the citizenship of any person.
Its purpose is to give citizenship only to Pakistani, Afghan, and Bangladeshi minorities facing religious persecution.”
According to Amit Shah, Congress has likewise promised to do this.
He said, “When the country was divided and minorities were tortured there, they all wanted to run away to India, then Congress had said that you come here, you will be given citizenship here.”
The Union Home Minister accused the opposition of misleading Muslims.
He said, “Our Muslim brothers are being misled and provoked about CAA. CAA is only to give citizenship to religious minorities of Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh.”
The Narendra Modi government’s CAA seeks to offer Indian citizenship to non-Muslim immigrants who have faced persecution.
Such as Christians, Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists, Parsis, Hindus, and Sikhs, who arrived in India from Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Afghanistan before December 31, 2014.
Following acceptance, there was a protest.
After the CAA was approved by Parliament in December 2019 and the president signed it into law, there were large-scale demonstrations around the nation.
The Home Minister remarked that corruption against development is the main issue in the approaching Lok Sabha elections.
This election is about corrupt governance versus zero tolerance against corruption.
“This election is about those who want to secure national security versus those who Endangering national security in the name of foreign policy.”