Nuisance continues under CAA protests, Chairman Nadda says, "Will also bring NRC.."
Nuisance continues under CAA protests, Chairman Nadda says,

New Delhi: Amidst the disturbances under the revised citizenship law, BJP Executive Chairman JP Nadda said on Thursday that after the citizenship law, now the government will bring NRC (National Register of Citizens, NRC) across the country. After meeting an Afghan delegation living in India, Nadda said that not only have we brought the Citizenship Amendment Act, but we (nationwide) will also bring the NRC.

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According to sources, the Afghan delegation had come to thank Nadda for bringing the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019. The thing to note here is that the opposition is opposing the government citing these statements. The meeting of the party general secretaries, to be held tomorrow by the BJP's working president JP Nadda, has been postponed amid the uproar over the citizenship law. Nadda had called this meeting regarding the program to be organized by the party on the Citizenship Amendment Act.

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It is noteworthy that in the guise of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), there were incidents of nuisance on Thursday in many parts of the country. In the wake of violent protests, one and a half dozen metro stations in Delhi were closed while trains were stopped in Bihar. Section-144 was imposed in many parts of Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka. Several protesters were also detained on charges of disobeying prohibitory orders. Protests led to the blockade of National Highway-8 in which IndiGo has canceled 19 flights while 16 other flights were canceled due to entanglement of crew members.

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