Communist Party of India (CPI) chief and former president of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Students' Union, Kanhaiya Kumar, accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) -led central authorities of conspiring to interrupt the nation within the identify of faith and stated Their battle will not be over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Civil Register (NRC) and National Population Register (NPR) The third is to avoid wasting democracy and the Constitution.
Kumar, whereas addressing a gathering held at Nathanagar in Bhagalpur district today, stated that the folks of the nation have as soon as suffered the brunt of division within the identify of faith and today the central authorities is making an attempt to take action once more. <! –
But, we’ll by no means let this occur. Efforts to remove citizenship within the identify of faith won’t ever be allowed to be accomplished.
The CPI chief stated that this battle is to not make anybody large however it’s a battle to wave the Indian tricolor. The Center desires to forcibly impose NRC on the nation, which has backfired on them. The folks of the nation won’t ever promote their religion nor let anybody take away citizenship.
The former president of the JNU Students Union stated that the necessity for a decisive battle towards the Constitution and the anti-employment BJP authorities has come today. If this isn’t achieved then the daddy of the nation Mahatma Gandhi and B.R. The nation of desires of leaders like Ambedkar will likely be ruined. He stated that everybody must battle unitedly for this.
Addressing the gathering, Congress MLA Shakeel Ahmed Khan stated that the continuing agitation towards the Modi authorities, which was making an attempt to divide the nation, has elevated the restlessness of the central authorities. At the identical time, it has turn out to be clear from the complete participation of ladies that we can’t lose this battle as a result of ladies don’t lose any battle. The assembly was additionally addressed by All India Congress Committee member Pravin Singh Kushwaha and Marxist Communist Party (CPI-M) chief Srinivas Mandal.