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“CAA To Be Implemented Soon, Was Delayed Due To Covid”: JP Nadda

The implementation of Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) was delayed due to the pandemic and the law will be implemented soon, BJP President JP Nadda said on Monday. 

The implementation of Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) was delayed due to the pandemic and the law will be implemented soon, BJP President JP Nadda said on Monday.

While addressing party workers at a meeting in Siliguri in north Bengal, Nadda slammed the West Bengal government for adopting a “divide and rule policy” and stopping benefits of Centre’s schemes from reaching the people of the state.

“Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the implementation of CAA was delayed. However, as the overall situation is improving slowly, rules are now being framed. CAA will be implemented very soon and all of you will get the benefits of the law. We are committed to it,” the BJP chief said.

Targetting the West Bengal state government, Nadda said: “Prime Minister Modi Ji’s policy is inclusive and for everyone’s development. Our slogan is Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas. On the other hand, Mamata Banerjee’s government believes in the idea of divide and rule…. When the election comes, the state government makes efforts to unite them all by providing doles. But only Narendra Modi has the ability to take everyone along with him. The BJP does what it promises to the people.”

“Mamata didi stopped the benefits of Centre’s Ayushman Bharat from reaching out to the poor people in the state. Unfortunately, the Mamata Banerjee government has not allowed PM-KISAN Samman Nidhi Yojana in West Bengal,” he added.

“We assure you that if we come to power in Bengal, we will provide the scheme for all farmers in the state. If you vote for the BJP in April, then we will implement the schemes in one month,” JP Nadda said.

BJP will form the next government in the state, the party chief expressed confidence.

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