Jaipur. Demonstrations are continuing across the country against the citizenship law. The Kerala and Punjab governments have passed a resolution in the Legislative Assembly against the CAA. Now the name of another state has been added to this list.
The Government of Rajasthan has also passed a resolution in the Legislative Assembly against the amended citizenship law. While the resolution was passed, BJP MLAs shouted slogans in the assembly. The Chief of the state, Ashok Gehlot said that his government strongly opposes this law of the Center. In this direction, in the Assembly today (Saturday), the state government proposed against this law, which has been passed.
Let it be said that the Kerala and Punjab governments have also passed the resolution in the assembly against the citizenship law. Not only this, the Kerala government has also moved the Supreme Court against this law. Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan termed the state government's passing of the proposal unconstitutional.
He expressed displeasure over the government going to the top court, saying no information was given to him by the state government. A top Raj Bhavan source said, "The Governor's office has summoned a report from the Chief Secretary for not informing him of the state government's move to move the Supreme Court against CAA."
Significantly, Modi The government introduced the Citizenship Amendment Bill in Parliament in the winter session. The government got it passed by the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha, and the revised form of the law came into force after the President's signature.
The bill has been strongly opposed since its introduction in the House. At that time people in Assam and Manipur took to the streets and started demanding the Central Government to withdraw this bill. The protest there took violent form and killed many people.
Muslim women have been protesting against this law for more than a month in Shaheen Bagh, Delhi. Apart from Delhi, in many states of the country, not only Muslims but people of many religions are also continuously protesting against CAA. Social media is also divided into two factions regarding this.
Many Bollywood celebrities have also come out in open opposition to this law. Union Home Minister Amit Shah has clearly stated that the amended law will not be withdrawn at any cost.