CAA: Amit Shah criticizes Mamata and others, questions their right to refuse implementation

CAA: Amit Shah criticizes Mamata and others, questions their right to refuse implementation

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“He (Kerjiwal) is unaware that all these people have already taken refuge in our country. He is living in India. Those coming to our country will get citizenship by 2014,” Shah said.

“And if he is worried, why doesn't he talk about Bangladeshi infiltrators? Why doesn't he oppose the Rohingyas? This is because they are doing vote bank politics. He will face a very difficult time during the elections in Delhi, hence he is doing vote bank politics. Aren't Rohingya and Bangladeshi infiltrators taking our jobs? He is just raising voice against the minorities of Jains, Buddhists and Parsis,” the Union minister said.

Amit Shah further said that leaders like Arvind Kejriwal have no sympathy for those who have come here after being tortured in their countries.

“They have forgotten the background of partition. These refugees came here leaving behind their property worth crores. Why won't we listen to their problems? They do not get jobs and education here. Why wouldn't we express sympathy towards them? It was not his decision to divide the country. It was Congress who took this decision and they promised to give them citizenship. Now they are going back on their promises.”

On March 11, the Union Home Ministry notified rules for the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act, days before the announcement of the Lok Sabha elections.

The CAA aims to provide Indian citizenship to persecuted non-Muslim migrants – including Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists, Parsis and Christians – who migrated from Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan and came to India before December 31, 2014.

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