Comments on CAA-NRC: Busting the Myths

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Sakthivelu Ramanujam

Sakthivelu Ramanujam

Wrote on 23 January 2020  

discriminating refugees on the basis of religion ,caste, origin...2. why only for religiously persecuted hindus . what about rohingyas who arein the suppression and persecution of Buddhists? 3. what about tamil eelam refugees? if exactly as this govt likes tamil eelam hindu refugees? 4. why there is a provision of doubtful citizens list and it is purely decided on the basis of discretion of the officers in nrc? in Assam already so many disputes regarding the procedure of nrc and supreme court intervening now and then. so hoe many cases supreme court will handle when it comes to whole nation. this is the real check for muslims who are living generations after generations in our country.that is the sad truth. there are much more facts which will create problem when implementing this caa.



Sakthivelu Ramanujam

Sakthivelu Ramanujam

Wrote on 23 January 2020  

well this is a very superficial view regarding caa. my queries 1. is it not clear violation of international law of refugees which condemns to discriminate



SATYAM PANDEY

SATYAM PANDEY

Wrote on 23 January 2020  

good sir ji



KUNTAL BAKSI

KUNTAL BAKSI

Wrote on 23 January 2020  

Excellent article 👍👍👍👍



Shaktika Malhotra

Shaktika Malhotra

Wrote on 22 January 2020  

👍👍👍



yusuf painter

yusuf painter

Wrote on 22 January 2020  

The author has presumed that hundreds and thousands of people who are opposing are just ignorant. They have not read the act and its implications. There are all streams of students and also practising lawyers in the protest.



kislay agrawal

kislay agrawal

Wrote on 22 January 2020  

very beautifully explained...but i have one question which the opposers usually ask me i don't have a specific answer to it beacuse i haven't gone through either of the Acts (1955 Act and the amended Act). If there was a already a provison in the 1955 Act to grant Indian Citizenship then what was the need to bring this amendment? what's the difference between the provisions of the original Act and the amended Act regarding granting Indian Citizenship?



Kannan S.

Kannan S.

Wrote on 22 January 2020  

CAA is according to Indian Constitution but some of the Legislative Assemblies are against it. Supreme Court should interfere in the decision of the Legislative Assemblies which are against CAA.


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