On Wednesday, West Bengal BJP President Skanta Majumdar said Mamata Banerjee’s refusal to implement the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) meant refugees did not want to become part of India stated . The CAA has already passed both houses of Congress. Now it is up to the central government to implement it nationwide. If you (Prime Minister Mamata Banerjee) are against it, it means you are questioning the sovereignty of the country,” BJP West Bengal president Sukantha Majumdar said.

CAA can be applied in Bengal as well. If she does now no longer need it, it’d imply that she does not need refugee to turn out to be citizens (Indians),” he added.Majumdar’s feedback got here of CM Banerjee’s assertion on November 2 wherein she termed the implication of Uniform Civil Code as a setup for Gujarat polls.We are definitely towards this (UCC) and we oppose CAA; they’re gambling this recreation due to the Gujarat elections,” leader minister Mamata Banerjee stated even as she became requested approximately her stand on UCC.The decision to implement the Unified Civil Code (UCC) was taken by the Gujarat Cabinet on October 29, forming a committee chaired by a retired Supreme Court Justice.

Gujarat Home Minister Harsh Sangavi said at a press conference that Prime Minister Bhupendra Patel, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Affairs Minister Amit Shah, made a historic decision at today’s cabinet meeting. Saturday.Sanghavi said that for citizens all over the country he has one criminal law but there are differences in civil law according to religion and in order to change the same it was decided to introduce a unified civil law within the state. said.Prime Minister Bhupendra Patel also posted on Twitter announcing the importance of today’s state cabinet meeting to set up a high-level committee chaired by a former Supreme Court/HC Judge to consider the need for commoner code uniforms. I shared that a tough decision was made.

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