Now CCA lesson to be taught in Lucknow University, preparation for inclusion in syllabus

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The Lucknow University has given rise to a brand new debate amidst ongoing opposition and assist for the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The college is getting ready to make CAA a part of the syllabus. The Department of Political Science is getting ready a proposal concerning this.

HOD Shashi Shukla stated on Friday that structure and citizenship are taught in our division. CAA is a recent challenge in Indian politics. We wish to train it to our college students. At the identical time, former UP Chief Minister Mayawati has stated that a lot debate is happening on this topic. Therefore, it’s fully unsuitable and unfair to take action.

'Must be included as a subject'

At the identical time, the college administration says that college students come to us saying that discussions about CAA are occurring in every single place. <! –

                 So, we expect it ought to be included as a subject.

The matter is within the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court had heard greater than 60 petitions filed in opposition to the CAA on 22 January. The court docket refused to remain, asking the central authorities to answer in 4 weeks. Explain that the federal government issued a CAA notification on 10 January 2020. Earlier on January 19, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had stated that 395 Afghan Muslims and 1595 Pakistani immigrants have been granted citizenship in 2016-2018. He dismissed the allegations of the opposition and stated that we’re not taking away citizenship of anybody however granting it.

'Will take again when in energy'

At the identical time, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati tweeted, "The debate on CAA etc. is fine but despite the continued hearing on this in the court, Lucknow University's inclusion of this highly controversial and divisive citizenship law in the curriculum is completely Is wrong and unfair. The BSP strongly opposes it and will definitely take it back when UP comes to power. "

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