Kolkata: Subhash Chandra Bose's grandson and West Bengal BJP vice-president Chandra Kumar Bose has once again made a different comment about the CAA from the party's stand. He said that in a democratic country you cannot impose any law on citizens. It is being said that he has suggested to the party leadership that we should tell that this law is for the victims of religious persecution.
According to sources, CK Bose said on the CAA, 'Once a bill is passed as a law, the state governments are bound to obey it. This is a legal process but in a democratic country, you cannot impose any law on the citizens of the country. Giving suggestions to the party leadership, CK Bose said, 'I have suggested to the leadership of my party that a slight amendment will destroy the entire campaign of the opposition. We must specifically state that this law is for the minority victims of religious persecution. We should not mention any religion. Our approach should be different.'
He said, 'Our job is to convince people that we are right and they are wrong. You can not abuse. Just because we have the numbers today, we cannot do politics of terror. People about the benefits of CAA.'