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Amit Shah’s Election Promise! Says CAA Implementation Before Lok Sabha Polls

Union Home Minister Amit Shah ignites political discourse with a daring declaration regarding the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

Amit Shah

Amit Shah: The topic of CAA has flared up once more with the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. We would like to inform you of a significant declaration made by Union Home Minister Amit Shah regarding the Citizenship Amendment Act, or CAA. According to him, CAA will be put into effect prior to the Lok Sabha elections. In fact, Amit Shah brought this up in a television programme. Amit Shah also took aim at Congress during the programme.

Questioning on CAA Implementation

He was questioned on whether CAA would be put into effect prior to the Lok Sabha elections during the TV show. In response, Shah declared that the CAA is national law. It will undoubtedly notify you. He went on to say that CAA must be put into effect prior to the elections. He blamed Congress while asserting that the Congress party alone made this commitment.

Introduction of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) by Modi Government

The Narendra Modi administration introduced the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in the Parliament. A clause grants citizenship in India to refugees who are not Muslims, including Christians, Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists, Parsis, and Hindus. It covers all refugees who, before December 31, 2014, returned from Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Bangladesh and established themselves in India. They’ll be granted Indian nationality.

Let us inform you that nationwide demonstrations against CAA have begun. In Delhi, the nation’s capital, Shaheen Bagh, women went on strike. Other than this, people all around the nation opposed it. Amit Shah has stated that the CAA will still be in effect throughout the nation, nonetheless.

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