CM Yogi strict on perpetrators of violence
CM Yogi strict on perpetrators of violence

Since passing from the Parliament of India, there has been continuous opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act. But cautioning those who spoiled the atmosphere under the guise of protest, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that no one should live in Mughalate, the days of doom are not coming. Those who make law hostage by arson and sabotage will no longer be able to do arbitrarily. During the budget discussion in the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday, he described the opposition's attitude as irresponsible and said that generations that will spoil the image of the country will never forgive.

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CM further said that CAA is a law granting citizenship. It was made by Congress. Only one modification has been done in this. The time limit for granting citizenship has been reduced from 11 years to five years. If we make that law, it doesn't matter, if we amend it, there is a ruckus. This is an irreparable loss of society and a betrayal of the Constitution.

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Yogi, who was more alert than the violence in Delhi, reiterated his commitment to maintain law and order and take strict action against the miscreants in his two hours and ten minutes' address. He said that there will be recovery from those who damage public property. Do not let anyone play with the safety of 23 crore people of the state.

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