DMK to consult on Citizenship Amendment Act The all-party meeting started under Chairman Stalin.

The Citizenship Amendment Act provides for the granting of citizenship to non-Muslims who have sought refuge in India until 2014, after religious harassment in neighboring Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan.

The North East states of Assam, Tripura and Meghalaya have faced stiff opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act. People are engaged in a serious struggle against this.


Students from Jamia Millia Islamia University in Delhi, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University students and students from Aligarh Muslim University in Uttar Pradesh jumped into action. Similarly, protests took place in Delhi, Selampur and Jabarabad.


The DMK, which had protested in parliament on the Citizenship Amendment Act, yesterday announced that it would take place across Tamil Nadu. Accordingly, a protest was held yesterday in various districts of Tamil Nadu against the Citizenship Act. The demonstration was held in Kancheepuram under the leadership of party leader Stalin.


In this case, the DMK in Chennai DMK to consult on Citizenship Amendment Act The all-party meeting began with Chairman Stalin.


The DMK’s organization secretary, RS Bharathi, is the former Union minister and MP. Treasurer Duraimurugan is with others.


The meeting was attended by prominent members of the party, including the MDMK, Congress, the UDF, the Marxist Communist Party, the Indian Communist Party, the Liberation Panthers Party, the Indian Union Muslim League, VCK, the Kongunadu Peoples National Party and the Indian Democratic Party.


The consultation, which has been going on for more than an hour, is expected to be decided on the next step.