If any property is damaged…, notice to those calling strike against CAA – India TV Hindi

Warning on protests against CAA.  India TV Hindi.

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Warning on protests against CAA.

The Central Government has implemented the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) in the country last Monday. Let us tell you that this bill was passed by Parliament in the year 2019 itself but it took a long time to implement it. Through the CAA, the central government will grant Indian citizenship to persecuted non-Muslim immigrants, including Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists, Parsis and Christians, from Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan by December 27, 2014. However, statements of many parties are coming out against this law and demonstrations have started. In such a situation, Guwahati Police of Assam has issued strict instructions for the protesting parties.

What did Guwahati police say?

Several political parties in Assam have called for a complete strike in protest against the CAA. Now these political parties have been issued a legal notice by Guwahati Police. The notice issued by the police said that in case of damage to public/private property including railway and national highway property or injury to any citizen due to the strike, appropriate action under Indian Penal and Preventive Law shall be taken. Action will be taken. Damage to Public Property Act, 1984. Legal action will be taken under the provisions. The notice states that action will be initiated against you and the total cost of damage to public and private property will be recovered from you and your organization.

Ministry of Home Affairs developed the portal.

Ministry of Home Affairs has developed a portal for the convenience of applicants and the entire process will be online. Applicants have to declare the year in which they came to India without travel documents, an official said. No documents will be asked from the applicants. According to the law, undocumented minorities from three neighboring countries will get benefits under the CAA.

CAA is the law of the land, opposition is misleading people: Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah had said on December 27 that no one can stop the implementation of CAA as it is the law of the land. He accused West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of misleading people on the issue. Addressing a BJP meeting in Kolkata, Shah had said that implementation of CAA is the party’s commitment.

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