Citizenship Amendment Act: Proposal passed against CAA in West Bengal Legislative Assembly, Mamta stated that “we will fight with peace”
Citizenship Amendment Act: Kolkata, JNN Citizenship Amendment Act. In West Bengal, the resolution against the CAA has passed in the assembly on Monday.
On this occasion, CM Mamta Banerjee targeted the central government fiercely. In the assembly, Mamta Banerjee said that this protest is not only for the minorities. I thank my Hindu brothers for taking this protest forward. In Bengal, we will not allow CAA, NPR, and NRC. We will fight with peace.
Protests are taking place across the country to protest against the citizenship amendment act. Significantly, in West Bengal, Trinamool Congress chief and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has been opposing this law since the beginning.
The demonstration against the citizenship amendment has been steadily increasing. Both Congress and Left parties are supporting this proposal passed by the West Bengal government.
It is worth noting that on 22 January, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee opened a front against the central government in the hills of Kolkata and Siliguri. In this sequence, Mahajulus was also taken out in Darjeeling city under the leadership of the Chief Minister.
The procession went from Rarbatsan Road to Gandhi Road, DB Giri Road, NH 55 to Darjeeling Motor Stand and was later converted into a meeting. Seeing the Mahajulus, it seemed as if people from all over the mountain had come to join it.
Addressing the public meeting here, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had said that we are all Hindustani but BJP is trying to divide the country in the name of this law. Is there any respect for the people living in the hills, whenever the election time comes, the voters of the hills are bought by paying money.