CAA is more dangerous than atom bomb: TRS leader Rajaram Yadav

Hyderabad: BJP government wants to divide the country on religious lines. Claimed TRS leader D Rajaram Yadav. He deplored police action against peaceful protestors of Jamia Millia Islamia who were protesting against CAA and NRC.

Mr Yadav said that majority of the states of the country especially Assam and north eastern states are against CAA. Not only the Indian universities like Jamia Millia Islamia, Aligarh Muslim University, Delhi University and several other universities but even foreign universities like Oxford and Cambridge are also against the contentious law.

Unrest prevails in the entire country over CAA and NRC. These laws are against humanity and nature and should be abolished, said Mr Yadav. After independence this is the first time when the entire country is raising voice against any law, he added.

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After BJP came to power at the centre for the second time, Modi and Amit Shah passed new laws to change the constitution.

TRS leader said that NPR and NRC is a tool to harass poor, homeless, tribal, transgender, Dalits, Adivasis and poor Muslims.

Some decisions of Modi government are just to harass poor people, after demonetisation, NRC is the last clear example.

Mr Yadav said Modi government is working on divide and rule policy through NRC and NPR. Saying that refugees of other countries can get Indian citizenship through CAA, he expressed fear that rival countries can send their secret agents to India through it, which is a real threat to the country’s security. This law is more dangerous than the atom bomb, he asserted.

Saying that Modi-Shah duo has been troublesome for the country, Mr Yadav observed that Modi government trying to undermine constitution and judiciary.

Mr Yadav maintained that Modi government’s plan is to end federal government in 2024 and form presidential government. If this happens regional parties like TRS, BSP, NCP, TDP, JDU, TMC, DMK, SP, MIM will be wiped off from the political map.

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