Tuesday, July 16, 2024
32 C

Safe Bangladesh in India-Pakistan group

In 2022, Bangladesh became the unbeaten women's SAF champions in Kathmandu. This time also women's clean will be held in Kathmandu. After the SAF...
HomeNews237 appeals against the Indian Citizenship Act were heard today.

237 appeals against the Indian Citizenship Act were heard today.

The Supreme Court of India will hear the appeal against the Citizenship Act today. At least 237 appeals have been filed in the Supreme Court challenging the central government’s announcement against the implementation of the amended Citizenship Act or CAA. These appeals will be heard on Tuesday local time. A bench of Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice Jebe Pardiwala and Justice Manoj Mishra will hear the petitions, Indian media NDTV reported. Today’s hearing will mainly focus on whether the CAA is unconstitutional or not. * Controversial citizenship law comes into effect in India ahead of polls Among the appellants against the implementation of the CAA are Sonkar from the southern Indian state of Kerala, the Indian Union Muslim League, another Kerala-based political party, the Democratic Youth Federation of India, Congress leader Jairam, Ratnamool Congress leader Mahua Maitra and Lok Sabha members from Hyderabad and the All India Majlis-e- Ittehadul Muslimeen chief Asaduddin Waisi. * Even in the face of protests and criticism, BJP is adamant about the implementation of CAA This was passed by the Government of India about four years ago. This controversial law was passed on December 11, 2019. Then the President of the country agreed to that law. However, the BGP government has backed away from the implementation of the TAI Act at various times. Last February, India’s Home Minister Amit Shah said that the CAA will be announced before the Lok Sabha elections. That’s what happened. * Kerala’s appeal against the Government of India on the Citizenship Act India is now preparing for the Lok Sabha elections. It is expected that Lok Sabha polls will start in April. Earlier India implemented CAA. According to this Act, all Hindu, Christian, Buddhist, Sikh and Parsi minorities who came to India from Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan due to communal torture and persecution by December 31, 2014, will be granted citizenship under this Act.