Bhopal: Amidst nationwide protest against the CAA-NRC-NPR, the ruling party BJP continues to struggle to contain not only the nationwide protests but also his party members also against the unconstitutional Bill.
According to sources, as many as 48 members of the minority cell in Bhopal have quit the party over the controversial legislation, Indiatoday reports.
The leaders who quit the BJP party in Bhopal have complained of discrimination within the party and allege party members of making offensive remarks against a community.
Have you ever seen a government passing a law in Parliament, and then going from door to door seeking support for it? asked Adil Khan, who quit the BJP as its Bhopal district minority cell vice-president on Saturday over the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and the proposed nationwide National Register of Citizens.
According to media reports, the leaders who quit the party have also alleged that there was no democracy left in the party. And that the entire party was hijacked by two or three people.
However, the ruling saffron party has refuted these allegations and accused Congress and communists of misleading them.