The resolution in the Kerala Assembly is against the unconstitutional law passed by the Center: Pinarayi Vijayan
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Prime Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said Wednesday that the resolution passed by the Kerala Assembly is against the unconstitutional Law passed by the Center.
The resolution passed by the Kerala Assembly is against the unconstitutional law passed by the Center. The whole country has noticed, said Vijayan.
The Kerala Assembly passed a resolution on Tuesday seeking the withdrawal of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act of 2019.
Before the resolution against the Law was passed, Vijayan in a special session of the Assembly pointed to RSS and said that the citizenship law is part of an agenda.
He is part of an agenda. RSS considers Muslims as internal enemies, which controls the dispensation in the Center, he claimed.
The new law grants citizenship to Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, parsis, Buddhists and Christians fleeing religious persecution in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh who arrived in India on December 31, 2014 or earlier.
Meanwhile, on Wednesday, while talking about women's safety, the Chief Minister said: Those women who travel face many problems, particularly with regard to accommodation. To address this, the government will initiate accommodation facilities in all cities. This project will be implemented with the help of local agencies.
In reaction to the development in the Kerala Assembly, BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said that the Assembly has insulted the Constitution and Parliament by passing a resolution that seeks the withdrawal of the (CAA).
The Constitution has clearly delineated the roles of parliament and state legislatures. When people who have made an oath of the constitution destroy it, it is a very irresponsible act. Both houses of parliament have approved the CAA and if a state assembly tries to kidnap the law it is an insult not only to the constitution but also to the parliament, Naqvi told ANI.