"CAA will be implemented before 2024 elections": India "CAA will be implemented before 2024 elections": India

"CAA will be implemented before 2024 elections": India

"CAA will be implemented before 2024 elections": India

Hinting that more parties will join the NDA before the Lok Sabha elections, Amit Shah said that we believe in family planning, but do not adopt it in politics.

New Delhi :Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday claimed that in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will get 370 seats and its led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will get more than 400 seats and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be elected to power at the Center for the third consecutive time. Government will be formed under the leadership. Amit Shah said that there is no doubt about the results of the Lok Sabha elections and even the Congress and other opposition parties have realized that they will have to sit in the opposition again. On the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA), Amit Shah said that the law implemented in 2019 will be implemented before the Lok Sabha elections after issuing rules in this regard.
CAA is not to take away anyone's Indian citizenship 
On the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA), Amit Shah said that the law, implemented in 2019, will be implemented before the Lok Sabha elections after issuing rules in this regard. He said, "Our Muslim brothers are being misled and instigated (against the CAA). The CAA is only to give citizenship to those who have come to India after facing persecution in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh "This is not to take away anyone's Indian citizenship."

370 removed people will make BJP win 370 seats
Amit Shah said at 'ET Now Global Business Summit 2024', "We have abrogated Article 370 (of the Constitution that gave special status to the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir), so we are confident that the people of the country will vote for BJP on 370 seats." And will give her blessings to NDA by making it win more than 400 seats."

Belief in family planning
Asked about the possibility of Jayant Chaudhary-led Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD), Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and some other regional parties joining the NDA, the Home Minister hinted at more parties joining the ruling alliance and Said that BJP 'believes in family planning, but does not adopt it in politics.' When asked again about the possibility of SAD joining, Shah said, 'Talks are on but nothing has been decided.'

The choice between development and those who merely give slogans
Amit Shah said that the 2024 elections will not be between the NDA and the opposition alliance 'India' (Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance), but between those who give development and mere slogans. When asked about Congress leader Rahul Gandhi's 'Bharat Jodo Yatra', he said that the Nehru-Gandhi scion has no right to undertake such a journey as his party was responsible for the partition of the country in 1947.

Regarding Ram temple in Ayodhya, Amit Shah said that earlier due to appeasement politics and citing law and order, Ram temple was not allowed to be built.


General elections: Pakistan must move beyond 'chaos and division', Army chief

Pakistan Army Chief General Asim Munir has said on Saturday that the nation needs steady hands and Pakistan will have to move beyond the politics of chaos and division.
 
After the twelfth general elections to be held on February 8, 2024, the situation of the political parties in the national and provincial assemblies seems to be getting clearer.
 The series of political manipulation has also started. In such a situation, watch Independent Urdu's live updates on the overall political and security situation of the country here.
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General elections: Pakistan must move beyond 'chaos and division', Army chief
Pakistan Army Chief General Asim Munir has said in a statement on Saturday after the February 8 general elections that 'Pakistan will have to move beyond the politics of chaos and division.'
According to the Public Relations Department of the Pakistan Army, the statement further said that 'the nation needs steady hands and support so that it can move beyond the politics of chaos and division which is not appropriate for a progressive country of 25 crores.'
After the polling time ended on Thursday February 8 during the general elections in Pakistan, the Pakistan Army in a statement congratulated the nation for the peaceful and violence-free conduct.
The statement issued from Rawalpindi said, "The armed forces and other law enforcement agencies are proud to have played an important role in providing security during the electoral process, with the help of the civil force and in accordance with the Constitution of Pakistan." has paid.'
With the deployment of 137,000 military personnel and civil armed forces at around 6000 highly sensitive polling stations, a safe environment was ensured for the public.
'Despite 51 cowardly terrorist attacks, mostly in KP and Balochistan, aimed at disrupting the electoral process, the forces remained resolute and effectively ensured peace and security across Pakistan.'
According to a statement issued by the Pakistan Army, 12 people (including 10 personnel of security forces and law enforcement agencies) were killed and 39 injured in these attacks.
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