Mamta Banerjee says , "As long as I am alive, citizenship law will not be applicable in Bengal".
Mamta Banerjee says ,

Kolkata: West Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee said on Friday that as long as she is alive, the amended Citizenship Act (CAA) will not apply in Bengal nor will there be any detention center here. Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo and West Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee said in a program in Naihati in North 24 Parganas district that no one can take away their rights like citizenship from the countrymen.

Mamta Banerjee, while supporting the protests of students across the country against the citizenship law, said how could it be that they should vote to elect the government at the age of 18, but they are not given the right to protest . Mamta said, 'Why can't students oppose black law? Modi government is taking action against the demonstrating students and expelling them from the universities.

Banerjee, who has done five rallies in 11 days in Kolkata against the citizenship law, said, 'CAA will not be applicable in Bengal as long as I am alive. No country or region will leave. There will be no detention center in Bengal. Attacking the proposed National Citizenship Register (NRC), she asked why people need to prove their citizenship once again?

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