Amit Shah to Implement CAA After Completion of Covid Vaccination Drive, Says Suvendu Adhikari


Amit Shah plans to implement the controversial CAA after the population is inoculated with the third vaccine dose against COVID-19, said Suvendu Adhikari after meeting with Home Minister in New Delhi

Clarion India

NEW DELHI — Leader of Opposition in West Bengal Assembly Suvendu Adhikari on Tuesday met Union Home Minister Amit Shah and briefed him about the teacher recruitment scam in West Bengal and discussed other issues.

He also urged the home minister Shah to implement CAA at the earliest.

After the meeting held in Parliament House which lasted for 45 minutes, West Bengal Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader said that Home Minister Amit Shah had assured him that the Citizenship (Amendment) Act will be implemented after the completion of the vaccination drive for COVID-19.

News agency PTI reported that Adhikari said that Amit Shah plans to implement the CAA after the population is inoculated with the third vaccine dose against COVID-19.

During the meeting, Adhikari also brought up matters related to the party’s functioning in West Bengal. He reportedly gave the home minister a list of 100 leaders of the Trinamool Congress (TMC), and urged him to launch corruption probes against all of them.

After the meeting, Adhikari tweeted, “It’s an honour for me to meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah for 45 minutes at his office in Parliament. I briefed him on how WB Govt is completely mired in corrupt activities such as the teachers recruitment scam. Also requested him to implement CAA at the earliest.”

— (With agency inputs)

Cover photo: IANS


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