Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that his government has no reason to feel defensive about the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and has strongly recommended the leaders of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) to back the measure emphatically in Parliament
A BJP associate said after the meeting that Modi asked the NDA leaders, who met to strategize as Parliament’s Budget Session began here on Friday, to forcefully take on the opposition’s charge that the modified citizenship law would be given to Muslims. Victimize and that different residents are “minorities”.
The government has done nothing incorrectly as far as CAA is concerned and has no reason to feel paranoid, he stated, as indicated by the associate who would not like to be referred.
NDA leaders invited Modi for the Bodo accord and individuals from the Bru tribe in Tripura.
The issue of nationwide protest against the CAA will be raised said the opposition leaders as they accused the Modi government of arrogance and making no endeavor to contact the protesters.