Citizenship Amendment Bill:- 2019

What is the Citizenship Amendment Bill: All of you should know about CAB

The Citizenship Amendment Bill . Which  passed by the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday, will now go to the President for his assent. About 125 MPs voted against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill and 99. Here is all you need to know about CAB.

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The Rajya Sabha passed the Citizenship (Amendment)Bill or Taxi granting Indian citizenship to non-Muslims from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh on Wednesday. The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill will now go to the President for his presidency. A communication and amendment of 999  made against 125 for the ruler’s citizenship (amendment) bill and $ 99 for citizens. The release issued in a Rajya Sabha dispute. Six hours of time  allotted among the MPs to discuss the Indian Citizenship Bill. By JAB (U), Blues, AIDADM, BJD, TDP and YSR-Congress. Shiv Sena did not participate in voting. The Citizenship Bill  passed by a majority of 311 votes out of 81 on Monday. Here all citizenship (amendment) bills or taxis should known.

Who gets Indian citizenship?

The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill proposes granting citizenship from non-Muslim Hindus, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists, Jains and Zoroastrians – Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Who is the arrived in India before December 31, 2014.

In other words, the CAB paves the way for millions of expatriates for Indian citizens who identify with any person of any religion, even if they lack any documents to prove their residency. . It also means that any immigrant who does not belong to the said communities will not be eligible for Indian citizenship.

Also, according to the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, any illegal immigrants from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh who belong to these communities will not sent to jail or jail if they do not carry any valid documents for their residence in India.

Earlier, the residence period of immigrants was 11 years. The amended bill has reduced this to five years. This means that migrants from all three countries entering India before December 31, 2014. Illegal migrants from the mentioned religions will not be considered.

North East, OCI Cardholders’ Cab Examination Course

The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill exempts certain areas of the Northeast from this provision.

The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill will not apply to the tribal areas of Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Tripura, as included in the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution. The area covered under the Inner Limit notified under the Bengal Eastern Boundary Regulation, 1873.

This effectively means that Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Mizoram will remain outside the purview of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill for almost the entire of Meghalaya and parts of Assam and Tripura.

Apart from this, the Citizenship Bill also amends the provisions relating to Cardholders of Overseas Citizens of India (OCI).

According to the citizenship bill, a foreigner can be registered as an OCI under the 1955 Act if they are of Indian origin (eg, former citizens of India or their descendants) or spouse of a person of Indian origin.

The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill encourages OCI card holders to travel in India and for benefits such as the right to work and study in the country. The Citizenship Bill, which passed in the Rajya Sabha, allows the cancellation of OCI registration by amending the Act if the person has violated any law notified by the Central Government.

OPPOSITION SEVERELY CRABICIZES CAB PASSAGE

Opposition parties strongly criticized the passage of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill by Parliament, in which Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi said it was a “dark day” in India’s constitutional history and “a victory for narrow-minded and staunch forces” is. On the pluralism of the country.

Several senior Congress leaders indicated that the party may move the Supreme Court against the citizenship bill along with Abhishek Singhvi. As the law will be challenged legally in the near future as it is “highly suspect” in terms of constitutionality.

Taking a dig at Home Minister Amit Shah’s comments in support of the bill, senior Congress leader P Chidambaram told reporters, “The Home Minister says that 130 crore people are supporting us, apparently he is in Assam, Northeast and All other protesters do not count 130 crores. ”

P. Chidambaram said on Twitter, “No one in the government will take responsibility for the content or constitutionality of the CAB. The intent of the bill is to tell Muslims ‘you are not equal human beings with equal rights’.”

Cabs Completely Dustroits: HD Deve Gowda

Former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda on Wednesday said he was opposed to the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill as it would “completely destroy minorities and is unconstitutional”.

The Janata Dal (Secular) president said that the bill is contrary to the principles of secularism and other rights included in the constitution.

HD Deve Gowda said, “cannot go against secularism and other constitutional principles,” I cannot support such a bill as it would create unrest in the country. ”

Trinamool MP Derek O’Brien also called the bill “unconstitutional” and warned of people’s movement against the bill. He also said that it would be challenged in the Supreme Court. He said that the current bill is derived from the “Nazi Coffee Book” and is part of the BJP’s “agenda”.

Samajwadi Party MP Javed Ali Khan said through the proposed law, the BJP was fulfilling the dream of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan.

CITIZENSHIP will not see any place in India: CITITENSHIP: AMIT SHAH

In response to repeated questions of Muslim opposition, Home Minister Amit Shah said that Muslims from other countries have the right to apply for Indian citizenship as per the existing rules. He said that 566 Muslims have been given citizenship.

Attacking the Congress on the opposition, he said that not only statements by the party leaders on the citizenship bill, but also the abolition of Section 370, match the Pakistani leaders.

Amit Shah said that this bill is correct to correct the division of the country on religious grounds. He said on the issue of attacking the Congress for alleged coupletership that the party had granted Indian citizenship to 13,000 Hindus and Sikhs from Pakistan during his rule, not saying a word to other communities.

He also said that the Bill does not violate Article 14 of the Constitution as it does not prohibit laws on the basis of proper classification.

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