Recently some State Governments have announced that they will not allow the operation of the recently made amendments to Citizenship Act or NRC or NPR. Do such acts go in tune with the spirit of the Constitution and can they really stop implementation of any of these Laws or can they disobey the guidelines of the Central Government in this regard?
is any person/sect/group/political party directing, exhorting or advising any group or the population not to cooperate with the enumeration process or data collection in the followup of the recently amended provisions of the Citizenship Law, liable to be punished under any of the Law of the Land?
1) No state government can stop implemention of a Central Act. 2) No law to punish anyone who calls for boycotting central law. But if there is incitement to violence or threat to integrity of India, Sedition law will apply. Any one can file public interest complaint case in court or in police station.
But, even if, (as opined/suggested) by Adv Haresh Raichura), the non BJP State Governments may or shall not implement the Citizenship law, then what next? Will the Parliament dismiss the defaulter state government?
Doctor Vashista, sorry, you didn't answer to my counter question that if the non BJP ruled State Governments wouldn't implement the CAA, then will the President rule be implemented in those States, after dismissing the defaulter government. (And the President's rule is implemented after the recommendation of the Central ruling Government).
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