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A political battle over the Citizenship Amendment Act

A political battle over the Citizenship Amendment Act

A political battle over Citizenship Amendment Act. In order to launch a counter-attack, a political slugfest has broken out over the current ruling BJP government’s two-month order in which it ordered the deputy commissioners to grant Indian citizenship under sections 5 and 6 of the Citizenship Act, 1955, to all legal migrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan while granting initial long-term visas (LTV) or while extending LTVs.

Prior to the assembly elections in Assam. Parijat Bhuyan, Deputy Secretary of the Assam Political (B) Department, sent out a communication to the deputy commissioners. Superintendent of police, Foreigners registration officers, and other Officials stating. “Herewith I am providing you with a copy of the enclosed letter and its enclosures. Pertaining to the provisions regarding granting citizenship to migrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan. At the time of granting Long Term Visas (LTV)”.

In addition, you should provide a copy of the enclosed note. Which contains the relevant provisions on the grant of Indian citizenship under sections 5 and 6 of the Citizenship Act, 1955. So, the all people, who are legal migrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan it is the initial LTV or extension of LTV is issued. We suggest to published the provision information to all the District of Columbia’s, Department of Consumer and Procurement Services. Florida Retail Office, and Shippers’ Shipping Providers websites.

The Citizenship topic is vital to the party in Assam, and the spokesman, Rupam Goswami emphasized this. Earlier, the Centre issued essential instructions; in this case, the Assam government’s decree is only a formality. We do not use backdoors in whatever we do.

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Written by Ankur J Kakoti

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