New Delhi: Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and Shaheen Bagh's protests come first in the speeches of Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Amit Shah, who came to a road show in north-east Delhi on Sunday, once again insisted on enforcing the citizenship law. At the beginning of the speech he asked the people, "Modi ji has implemented CAA, this law gives citizenship of India to Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, Sikhs and Parsis who are being tortured in Pakistan, Afghanistan or Bangladesh. Hey, tell me, shouldn't this law apply? "
Amit Shah's speech nowadays starts at Shaheen Bagh in Delhi and ends at Shaheen Bagh. Actually, Shaheen Bagh has become a symbol of opposition to the Nagarkita Act where women have been sitting on dharna for more than a month. Amit Shah said in his speech that there should be no Shaheen Bagh in Delhi. He tells the people, "Button should be pressed from Babarpur, but its current should go to Shaheen Bagh".
There are currently only 3 MLAs of BJP in Delhi. This time the BJP has decided that it will ask for votes in the name of PM Narendra Modi. With this, Home Minister Amit Shah himself is handling the election campaign. Amit Shah is demanding votes from the people of Delhi, promising that if the BJP wins in Delhi, the central government will spend Rs 1.5 lakh crore here. But for Amit Shah, currently the central issue in Delhi is Shaheen Bagh.