The BJP continues to campaign in support of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in the Mamta Banerjee government-ruled state of Bengal. Under this, Abhinandan Yatras are being carried out from place to place, party leaders, MPs are reaching the doorstep of the people. Meanwhile, to strengthen this campaign, the Union Home Minister and former BJP National President Amit Shah is coming to Kolkata. They can come here in the first week of March. The party's national secretary Rahul Sinha expressed this possibility during a press conference at the state BJP headquarters.
On this matter, he said that the Union Home Minister will put forth his views on the need of this law and opposition to the ruling Trinamool Congress. He will participate in the programs in Kolkata. However, it has not yet been ensured by the Home Minister's office, even though the state BJP has decided to schedule Shah's visit to Bengal. Sinha said that this law has been enacted to provide citizenship to refugees living in India after being tortured from Bangladesh.
For your information, tell us tell you that the purpose of CAA is to give citizenship, not to take away citizenship. With this, the party is conducting an awareness campaign at the national level. An attempt is being made to stop this law in Bengal. It is being said that we will not show the paper while there is no question of showing the paper. The purpose of this law is to give refugees citizenship, but those who do not show the paper, will they be able to stay in this country in future? It should be considered. He said, will live in the country, but will not obey the law, will not obey the constitution. This is nothing but a traitor.