Do you think National Register of Citizens (NRC) and recently passed Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) detrimental for the secular nature of India?
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25 Feb, 2020 12:14 AM
In India, many political parties are not supporting this bill because according to that this is against the Muslims. Suppose One mother has six children, why the government of India is not allowed the Muslims caste. According to my point of view, this is not the right decision because in the Indian constitution is everybody has an equal right to live in this country.
Let come to the point of CAA From my point of view it is the right decision to take by the government of India. In this world Not only India any country is not taking the outer country citizen in our country. Every country should take the details of its citizens who many people are living in this country. Suppose the country wants to prepare the budget it is mandatory how many people are living in this country.
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19 Feb, 2020 8:00 PM
Talking about these two things more specifically, like application of these two laws, So initially NRC will take place across the country and then CAA. the residential who could not be able to prove their citizenship they will consider to be a refugee and then they will get citizenship by going on the process of CAA. At present, some opposition parties and communal parties and some of people of our country are not happy with the act and they are continously protesting it. Assam has been the first state to being processed by undergoing in NRC. And Uttar pradesh was the first state to pass the act for application of CAA.
In conclusion, we can say that passing the bill to be an act can lead various problem in future too. But the main advantage of these two will be for people from other country as mentioned.
14 Feb, 2020 10:56 AM
When we are in third year, All are went for industrial tour. we enjoyed a lot in the trip. At free time we are gathered and playing some games. And also studying. In, Final year we have more events and drive. we have participated in that events and enjoyed a lot.Finally, we got good percentages in tests and exams.
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27 Dec, 2019 9:54 PM
But the recently passed Citizen Amendment Act (CAA) and the implementation of National Residents of Citizens (NRC) are are being considered detrimental for the secular nature of India.
NRC is a registry maintained by GOI (Government of India) which aims to identify the genuine Indian citizens in the state of Assam, whereas CAA seeks to give the citizenship to minorities from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan.
The recent protests because of NRC & CAA due to serious issues of concern associated with them:
NRC(National residents of citizens):
Uncertainty of the future of those exclude from the list.
Illegal migrants, were they deported to their belonging country or stationed in detention camps.
CAA (Citizen Amendment Act)
Violates article 14, which provides equality before law.
It doesn’t find place for other prosecuted minorities like Rohingya, Srilankan Tamil etc.
It will be difficult to differentiate between illegal migrants and those persecuted.
Impact of such protests:
Most part of the country is facing Internet shutdown, which is hampering the social and economic life of people.
Crippling India’s image in the international arenas.
Two most important meetings canceled, one with Bangladesh and other one with Japanese Prime Minister.
People should be make aware that both NRC and CAA will make no harm to the Indian citizens.
There is need to review the provisions of the NRC and CAA.
There is a need to include more communities like Rohingya and Srilankan Tamils etc. in the persecuted minorities section.
There is a strong need to address such type of protests and put them down as these sets a bad example for a secular country like India.
If India is to become global power there is a need to protect the interests of its people without obstructing the social fabric and values of the nation.
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27 Dec, 2019 9:27 PM
The rationale behind the CAA and NRC:
-: To provide livelihood and citizenship to persecuted religious minorities in neighbor countries like Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.
-: It might correct the historical brings which are tends to a position of India in 1947.
-: It Would take the Burden of stateless citizens of those Muslim majority countries for the morals of humanity.
-: CAA and NRC would facilitate the ways to become a rightful citizen of India also are currently living as a refugee or illegal migrants.
Concerns in CAA and NAC:
-: It violet(act.14) equality before the law as it prohibits discrimination based on religion and CAA excluded the Muslims as it excludes Shia and Ahmadis from Pakistan.
-: It excluded the Christian from Bhutan and Madheshis from Nepal who also faces suppression from their governments.
-: Tamil Hindus are still living in refugee camps also migrated from Srilankan and LITE militant countries.
-: Religious base for citizenship violet morals like social justice and fraternity.
-: Poor people not able to provide religious persecution proof to countries.
Mesure need to be done:
-: Need to review NRC and CAA and need to include required communities from neighbour countries.
-: Assam Accord must remain in letter and spirit.
-: People must upload secularism in their minds.
-: Religious intolerance must deny in all basis.
CAA and NRC leading to the destruction of secular fabric even the intentions are good but ground reality is completely different from the law.
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27 Dec, 2019 10:10 AM
India is a secular country after the 42nd amendment of the constitution in 1976. This secular word is only for internal matter of India the act passed is for the refugees who are not Indian and left their country. The minorities are harassed in their country on the basis of their religion due to which the population of minorities are decreasing continuously in these countries. To save these minorities our government passed CAA. As we know that muslims are not in minorities in these countries so they are not in allowed in CAA. This refugees are from other countries so the word secular is not applicable for CAA. Now, NRC is for those who are illegal intruder and living in India from many years and don't want to go back. To identify these intruder our government recently launched NRC in Assam. Those intruder will kept in detention camp and will send back to their countries. There is no boundary of any religion in NRC so there is no connection between NRC and secularism. The word secularism is not detrimental from NRC and CAA. It was be detrimental when minorities of India are getting more benefits and secular means "not concerned with religion". Some of our leaders who are provoking the youth of India for violence by funding and by brainwash.
We should properly get all knowledge before our views and points. Parents should care their children and make them secure from funding of leaders. Every religion should have faith on government because it is selected by us democratically. We should protest silently not by violence because India is a country of Gandhi and Shastri.
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