Protesters against the CAA for 20 days at the Gate of Jamia welcomed the New Year in a different style by singing the national anthem. Many other parts of India also experienced the outrage of people who are against the new citizenship Law of the nation on the very 1st day of the new year 2020.
|| Anjan Kumar Samal
The controversy between the Center and now-BJP ruled states has gone deep with the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).
Amid preparations for the election in Delhi, the Center has directly blamed the AAP and Congress for the recent violent protests in Delhi and other parts of the country.
Union Minister Prakash Javadekar on Wednesday alleged that leaders of both parties misled the public and incited violent demonstrations. They should apologize. In retaliation, Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said that the BJP is playing the old tape in the new tape recorder.
Delhi elections will be fought not on old tape but real issues like education. Congress also termed Javadekar’s statement as baseless.
On the other hand, the political battle between Kerala and Center also widely unearthed in which a resolution against the CAA and NRC of Union government has been passed in the Assembly of Kerala.
Vijayan said that state legislatures have their privileges in this regard.Mr. Chief Minister of Kerala further alleged,” In the current circumstances, when unprecedented things are happening in the country, then nothing can be dismissed.”
Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that the states that are talking about not implementing CAA should first get a proper legal opinion about it.
Many other states like Rajasthan, Jharkhand and the Union territory of Delhi also found following the footsteps of Kerala in this issue of New Citizenship law of the country.