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CM Rupani Blame Congress for Violent Protest, Says Gujarat will Definitely Implement CAA-NRC


In a violent demonstration against the Citizenship Amendment Act across the country. Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani on Wednesday declared that the BJP government in Gujarat will “definitely implement” the controversial law along with the proposed nationwide National Register of Citizens (NRC).

Where on one hand police had file FIR against five thousand people, along with Congress councilor Shehzad Khan Pathan and more than 50 people have been arrested. The police arrested the people after the video of the demonstration surfaced. 26 policemen, including Deputy Commissioner of Police and Assistant Commissioner were injured in this violent demonstration.

Now politics has also started in Gujarat on this matter where on this matter, Gujarat Home Minister Pradeep Singh Jadeja attacked the Congress and said that the Congress is shining its vote bank by showing people the wrong path. At the same time, after the Gujarat BJP President Jitu Vaghani, Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel, now the Chief Minister of the state Vijay Rupani has also attacked on this matter.

CM Rupani blame the Congress and other Opposition parties for raging protests in some states of the country against the Act and the proposed NRC. He said all States are “bound to implement both NRC and CAA, and “Gujarat will definitely implement them”.

Rupani told reporters in Gandhinagar when asked about his Government’s stand on the NRC,“Prime Minister Narendra Modi Union Home Minister Amit Shah have already made it clear that provisions of the CAA will not cause any trouble to any citizen of India.”

Regarding this matter, CM Vijay Rupani said that Congress is playing with the security and peace of Gujarat on the pretext of Citizenship Amendment Act. Referring to the name of Congress councilor Shehzad Khan, he said that these people had planned to attack the police, but the strict action would be taken against those who took part in this whole violent protest.