Opposition parties say the offer to increase CAA, NPR and NRC in Parliament is sinking
NEW DELHI: The opposition on Monday attacked the government for him, NPR and, claiming that their efforts to raise these problems were sinking in a non-democratic manner.
Congressional spokesman Anand Sharma also criticized the Uttar Pradesh prime minister for making statements, which he said incited people to fall into violence.
Ministers have made statements that are provocative, incendiary and abusive. Yesterday in Delhi, CM of UP made statements that are unacceptable ... talking about shooting people, talking about sending people to unemployment (hell), said and demanded an apology from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for it
Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad said almost all the, including the DMK, CPI, CPI (M), NCP, RJD, TMC, SP and the BSP, gave notices under Rule 267 to adjourn all business and discuss the Citizenship ( Amendment) Act (CAA), National Population Register (NPR) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC).
For the last two months, the whole country is on the road since the citizenship bill became an act. The NPR has done earlier but the questions asked were simple, but in this NPR under this government other details such as the date of birth of the father have been asked, he said.
The government represents it as a Hindu-Muslim problem. We all feel that there is no Hindu-Muslim problem, said Azad.
The government is doing all this to deliberately divert attention from its failures in fulfilling its promises, he said, adding that they continue to give us toys to keep us busy.
Sharma said the violence is being orchestrated by the government, which is arrogant and insensitive.
Now, this (Parliament) is the highest forum for discussion and debate, and the opposition cannot even mention what has been sent so that the country does not know what the opposition has asked for, said Sharma.