The BSP chief Mayawati’s statement has come once again on the Citizenship Amendment Act. Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati has demanded the government to rollback the citizenship Act or otherwise it may have negative consequences in future. The government should not create an emergency-like situation, as Congress had done before.
She said, “I demand the central government to take back this unconstitutional law, otherwise it may lead to negative consequences in the future. They should not create an Emergency-like circumstance like Congress did earlier.”
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) Chief Mayawati: BSP’s parliamentary party has also sought time to meet the President. Our party will also raise our voices in the UP assembly, against #CitizenshipAmendmentAct, & crimes against women. https://t.co/MOCpUeQCv8
— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) December 17, 2019
According to the information received, Mayawati said that, “BSP’s parliamentary party has also sought time to meet the President (Ram Nath Kovind). Our party will also raise our voices in the Uttar Pradesh assembly, against CAA 2019, and crimes against women.“
Earlier on Monday, Mayawati tweeted from her official Twitter account and expressed grief over the violence in Aligarh and Jamia. He tweeted- ‘In violence against the new Citizenship Amendment Act, Aligarh and then Jamia University in Uttar Pradesh and also in the entire Jamia region, which are very innocent students and common people, it is very unfortunate and party is there with the victims.
She further wrote that BSP’s Parliamentary Party to meet the President to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act and to demand a judicial inquiry to protest against the police brutality on the students of Aligarh and Jamia University, Time is demanded.