The Bharatiya Janata Party is holding an emergency consultation in Delhi today to crack down on the ongoing riots against citizenship law throughout the country.
The struggle for the repeal of the law has been fought for the past 10 days.
The protests in Assam have spread across the country slowly over Tripura, West Bengal, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. The fight against the citizenship amendment is currently underway in 10 states.
We will not allow more than 10 state chief ministers to hold national citizenship records in their state. They have also announced that they will not enforce the Citizenship Amendment. This has created a crisis for the central government.
In this context, the fight against the Citizenship Amendment is still active in many states. There is a daily confrontation between the protesters and the police. At least 10 people were killed in yesterday’s clashes in Uttar Pradesh.
As a result, 13 people have been killed in the fight against the Citizenship Amendment. Thousands have been injured. The government is taking action to cut off the cell phone and internet services to prevent the agitation.
Violence erupts daily in new places in the northern states, however. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has blamed the violence on the part of the opposition parties, including the Congress.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has claimed that the Congress party has caused the biggest riots in the country by misleading the Muslims. Congress leaders who ignore the allegation continue to support the protesters.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is holding an emergency consultation in Delhi today (Saturday) to curb the ongoing riots across the country. The Bharatiya Janata Party is confident that the amendment to the Citizenship Act will not be revoked.
At the same time, they have decided not to implement this amendment immediately. The BJP has called for further amendments to the Citizenship Act, asking for comments from civilians and protesters. Determined.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has announced that the public can give an opinion on the Citizenship Amendment.
Meanwhile, the senior leaders of the BJP, which are likely to convene in Delhi today, are to decide on the next step in the matter of citizenship amendment. The BJP has said that the Congress party is trying to foment the riots and seek political gain. Most of the leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party have backed off in the same fashion.
Accordingly, they have held a nationwide rally on citizenship law and decided to explain it to the public. From city to villages BJP Leaders are also being advised to travel and explain citizenship law to the public. Announcements on this are expected to be released in a day.
The BJP has said this. One senior leader said, “Congress is doing politics in front of Muslims. Congressmen have created fear and panic in the minds of Muslims.
We are obligated to explain that the Citizenship Act is not against Muslims. We will certainly eliminate the panic caused by Congress in the minds of the minority people in particular. Steps are being taken. ”