- Amit Shah said- consider implementing CAA after control over Corona
- Home Minister Amit Shah arrived on a two-day visit to West Bengal
- Shah said – due to Corona crisis many works stopped
The government will start working on the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) as soon as the corona virus is overcome. CAA rules are yet to be made. These things were said by Union Home Minister Amit Shah on the second and last day of his West Bengal tour. He was addressing a press conference in Bolpur, West Bengal.
CAA rules are yet to be made
When will the CAA come into force in West Bengal? On the question of Amit Shah said- Many work has been stopped due to Corona virus epidemic. CAA rules are yet to be made. As soon as the corona crisis is overcome after the vaccine, the idea of implementing the CAA will be considered. Further updates will be given to you regarding this.
If BJP wins, it will be the next chief minister from the soil of Bengal
He said that the BJP workers have decided that we will respond to the violence in a democratic manner and will show this government by defeating in the coming elections. Amit Shah said that if BJP wins from here, it will be the next Chief Minister from the soil of Bengal.
CAA law has been passed from Parliament
Let us tell you that the CAA bill has passed the Parliament last year and has taken the form of law, but it has not yet been implemented due to protests and then corona epidemic. The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) provides for citizenship to migrants from Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi and Christian religions from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan.