Guwahati: After the final list of NRC on 31 August, Assam's politics has warmed up. This list has given a big shock to BJP. Because it is not predictable. More number of Hindus than Muslims in the list has put BJP in trouble. Home Minister Amit Shah, who visited Assam, dismissed these doubts and said that even Silly infiltrators would not be allowed to stay in the country. He said that this will be applicable not only in Assam and Northeast but all over India.
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Addressing the program of North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA) in Guwahati, Amit Shah assured no change in Section 371. Calling all allies to work unitedly in the development of Northeast India, Amit Shah said that for PM Modi, Northeast India is not just a 'North East' as was seen before 2014, but the development of the country. For 'new engine of growth'.
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The Home Minister said that the result of PM Modi's commitment to the development of Northeast India is that after 2014, the development activities in this area have increased. He hoped that in the coming times the region would develop into a big business hub and the youth of Delhi would come in search of jobs in Guwahati and Meghalaya. Shah said that the northeastern states, like 26 percent of India's total forest area, are like a lung in the country. Amit Shah said that there is no need to fear the citizenship law. Explain that some parties in the Northeast were opposing this law.
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