Attempt to end protest against CAA under the pretext of NSA

New Delhi: In New Delhi, massive protests are going on against CAA,NRC and NPR.

Election campaign for Delhi Assembly has also been started. In such a situation, the promulgation of NSAby Lt. Governor of Delhi is being questioned by lawyers.

They are of the opinion that NSA could be promulgated only when the country is facing a major threat, whereas the present situation does not warrant it.

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It is an attempt to suppress the voice of the protesters but it is certain that Govt. of India will fail in its attempts.

Senior Advocate of Supreme Court, Mr. Mushtaq Ahmed told that the situation in the country has not gone so worse that such an act should be imposed when the country is facing threats. Another thing is that Delhi is facing election. In the past, no such act was promulgated during elections.

The motto behind imposing this law is to put an end to protests by force.

If the protesters get arrested under this act, the situation might get still worsened. In these protests, these is no law and order issue involved.

He further told that the persons arrested under this act won’t get bail for many months.

Mr. A. Rahman, lawyer of Supreme Court told that this act could be promulgated in a situation when the country is facing internal or external threat.

It is a conspiracy to put an end to the ongoing protest at Shaheen Bagh.

With the enactment of CAA, the image of India has already been tarnished.

The protest at Shaheen Bagh has become a symbol and the entire world has come to know that majority of the citizens are against CAA.

Noted lawyer, Mr. Mohamood Paracha told that promulgation of such an act is unlawful. He pointed out that when a person has not committed any crime, how can he be punished under this act?. He also remarked that Delhi is not a boundary territory.

It is evident that Home Minister has admitted that he is not able to control law and order situation in Delhi.

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