Indian captain Virat Kohli on Saturday declined to comment on the 'Citizenship Amendment Act' (CAA) without any full information. The CAA provides for minority citizenship of Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis and Christians from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan to stay in India for six years instead of 12 years.
In 2016, Virat Kohli described demonetization as 'the most important step in Indian politics', for which he also faced criticism and people raised questions about his knowledge on the subject.
There were large-scale protests against the Citizen amendment act (CAA) in Guwahati a few days ago, and when the Indian captain was questioned in this regard, he was very cautious in replying.
On the eve of the first T20 international against Sri Lanka, Kohli said, "I do not want to be irresponsible on this issue and do not want to say anything on which there is no consensus of both sides." I should have full knowledge about what this means and what is going on and after that, I should be responsible for giving a statement on it. '
Citizen amendment act (CAA): The captain clarified that he does not want to drag himself into controversies by commenting on a subject he does not know much about. He said, 'Because you can say one thing and after that, someone can say another thing. Therefore, I do not want to get into anything that I do not know fully and I will not be responsible for making this comment. '
Virat Kohli, however, is satisfied with the security arrangements and said that the city is completely safe. He said, 'The city is completely safe. We did not see any problem on the roads. '
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