Coalition associate betrayed BJP, handed decision in opposition to CAA

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The Meghalaya Legislative Assembly on Monday handed a decision urging the central authorities to maintain all the state separate from the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019, together with areas not included within the sixth unlisted checklist.

Chief Minister Konrad Sangma moved the decision on the second day of the funds session of the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly, which was handed by voice vote. The opposition celebration Congress, nonetheless, rejected the contents of the proposal and demanded that the proposal ought to demand the withdrawal of the CAA from the central authorities.

The decision said that the CAA Act got here into drive on 12 December 2019 and as per the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution it might not apply to the tribal areas of Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram or Tripura. <! –


Leader of the Opposition Mukul Sangma mentioned that the CAA won’t be accepted and the central authorities has tried to justify this legislation by tampering with the details and the historical past of partition of the nation.

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