The Bharatiya Janata Party has challenged opponents amid protests over the Citizenship Amendment Act. The BJP's Karnataka unit has attacked those opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act and asked them to explain how many Indians will be affected by this law. It has also challenged that opponents will not be able to tell a single name to those who will be affected by this law. Let us know that there are frequent protests from CA's Shaheenbagh to Tamil Nadu, Chennai, and Bengaluru.
The Karnataka BJP tweeted on the Twitter handle, attacking the CAA opponents, 'Dear CAA opponents, please present the list of Indian citizens who will be affected by this humanitarian law. Also, explain how they would be affected by it. We challenge that you will not be able to provide even a single name. '
Explain that the BJP-led central government passed the Citizenship Amendment Act last year. Since then, protests have been going on in different parts of the country against it. Most of the protest is saw in Delhi's Shaheenbagh, where the protesters have blocked Kalindikunj road for more than 55 days.
Under the Civil Amendment Bill Act, there is a provision for the granting of Indian citizenship to the people of Hindu, Sikh, Christian, Parsi, Jain, and Buddhism who came due to religious persecution from neighboring countries Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh. According to this law, members of Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi and Christian communities who have come to India from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan till 31 December 2014 and who have suffered religious persecution in their country, are illegal Will not be considered he will be given Indian citizenship.
The main reason for the protest is the absence of Muslims in it. Muslims are excluded from this. The protesters have objected to the reasons why the citizenship amendment law excludes Muslims.
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