After the CAA notification, this big announcement of the Chief Minister, ‘The law will not be implemented in the state’ – India TV Hindi

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan - India TV Hindi

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Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan

CAA has been implemented in the entire country by issuing a notification today. Meanwhile, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has made a big announcement that Citizenship Amendment Act 2024 i.e. CAA will not be implemented in Kerala. The Chief Minister’s reaction came after the central government issued a press release announcing the implementation of the CAA. CM Pinarayi said that Kerala will come together to oppose the communal partition act.

Vijayan criticized CAA.

Pinarayi Vijayan criticized the Citizenship Amendment Act for treating Muslim minorities as second-class citizens. The Chief Minister’s office also issued a press release. Accordingly, the central government has been accused of notifying the provisions of the Citizenship Amendment Act before the elections to disturb the country. The notification has been issued just before the announcement of Lok Sabha elections. The move is aimed at dividing people, inflaming communal sentiments and undermining the fundamental principles of the Constitution. He also said that this law which separates Indian citizens from equal rights should be unitedly opposed.

The Hindutva communal agenda of the Sangh Parivar

It can only be seen as part of the Hindutva communal agenda of the Sangh Parivar, he added. Granting citizenship to non-Muslims who came to India from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan on or before December 31, 2014 and denying citizenship to only Muslims is a grave violation of the Constitution. The central government defines Indian citizenship on the basis of religion. This is an open challenge to humanity, the traditions of the country and the people here.

NPR will not be applied.

He further clarified that Kerala was the first assembly to pass a resolution against the Citizenship Amendment Act. The Kerala government has announced that NPR will not be implemented in the state. Citing the unconstitutionality of the CAA, a case was filed in the Supreme Court against the central government and a human chain was formed on the national highway from Manjeeswaram to Parsala. The Sangh Parivar insists that it will implement its communal agenda regardless of public opposition and criticism. The government has repeatedly reiterated that it will not implement the Citizenship Amendment Act in Kerala, which treats Muslim minorities as second-class citizens. That’s still the bottom line. He said that entire Kerala will stand together against this communal law.

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