Hindu Mahasabha assertion – if India had been a Hindu nation, there wouldn’t have been a necessity for CAA

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Hindu Mahasabha on CAA: On the one hand there’s a ruckus everywhere in the nation on the citizenship regulation, then again, the Hindu Mahasabha has began a brand new debate by giving an announcement. The Hindu Mahasabha has mentioned that if India have been a Hindu nation, there could be no have to amend the citizenship regulation within the nation.

The Hindu Mahasabha mentioned on Tuesday that the nation ought to have grow to be a Hindu nation after the partition of India and Pakistan. The Mahasabha mentioned that if India have been a Hindu nation after partition, then a regulation like CAA (Citizenship Amendment Act) wouldn’t be required. Chakrapani, president of the Hindu Mahasabha, mentioned that after the British left undivided India, Pakistan selected to grow to be an Islamic nation. <! –

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Chakrapani Maharaj, well-known for controversial statements, mentioned that by changing into a secular nation, India made CAA necessary.

He mentioned, "If we had not chosen to become a secular nation instead of becoming a Hindu nation, there would be no need for CAA today."

However, CAA is principally for persecuted minorities outdoors India in these nations.

CAA regulation robotically grants Indian citizenship to non-Muslim refugees residing in India on December 31, 2014 and earlier, topic to persecution on spiritual grounds in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan.

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