The political ruckus has started after the resolution passed in the Bihar Assembly against NRC and NPR. On the question of passing the proposal in Tamil Nadu too, CM Palaniswami said on Thursday that the state government is considering it. The resolution against NRC and NPR has been passed in Bihar Legislative Assembly. A resolution was passed in the Assembly on Tuesday against the National Citizenship Register (NRC) in Bihar and the implementation of the National Population Register (NPR) with the 2010 draft. Bihar became the first state in the NDA-ruled states to do so. There are many types of discussions in the political corridors about this.
According to media reports, before the resolution against NRC was passed, Nitish Kumar met RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav in the Chief Minister's Room in the Assembly. The two leaders held talks for about 20 minutes. No one disclosed what happened between the two. Shortly after this meeting, Assembly Speaker Vijay Kumar Chaudhary announced the passing of the proposal on NPR and NRC in the House. According to the proposal, the requirement of NRC has not been stated in Bihar. Along with this, it has been said to send the suggestion of implementation of NPR 2010 to the Central Government.
After passing the same second proposal, Tejashwi Yadav tweeted that a resolution was unanimously passed in the assembly today on our demand not to implement NRC and NPR in Bihar. Today we shook the BJP, which did not move even an inch on NRC and NPR. The BJP kept on looking at the forehead. We, who believe in the Constitution, will not allow the CAA to be implemented.