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Sidney King - Crome Remix. Sidney King - Mabose Extended Mix. The Act was criticized by various NGOs, students bodies, and liberal, progressive, and socialist organizations across the country, with the Indian National Congress and other major political parties announcing their staunch opposition. Protests led by these groups are concerned that the new law discriminates against Muslims, and believe that Indian citizenship should also be granted to Muslim refugees and immigrants.
The states of Bihar , Andhra Pradesh and Odisha have however refused to only implement the NRC, while the state of Punjab and the union territories of Delhi and Puducherry have refused to implement the Act while only expressing disapproval of the NRC.
The states of West Bengal and Kerala have also put a hold on all activities relating to the preparation and update of the National Population Register which is necessary for the Census as well as the implementation of the National Register of Citizens.
The Ministry stated that "The new legislation has been enacted under the Union List of the 7th Schedule of the Constitution. The states have no power to reject it. The State Bank of India estimates a growth rate of 4. According to Nisha Agarwal, CEO of Oxfam India, "the billionaire boom is not the sign of a thriving economy but the symptom of a failing economic system". Protesters have agitated against the economic distress and expressed support for labour unions opposing the government's "anti-labour policies"   Farmers and labour unions have been agitating against the economic policies of the government have also demanded for the withdrawal of the CAA and the associated NRC-NPR process.
While one state and two Union Territories  have refused to implement the CAA, three other states   have only declined the implementation of the NRC. However, the Union Home Ministry said that states lack the legal power to stop the implementation of Citizenship Amendment Act. After the bill was approved on 4 December , violent protests erupted in Assam, especially in Guwahati , and other areas in the state. Between 16 and 18 December, a statement of solidarity "condemning the recent police action and brutalization of students at Jamia Millia University and Aligarh Muslim University" had acquired 10, signatories from over 1, universities, colleges and academic institutions across the world.
On 19 December police banned protests in several parts of India with the imposition of Section which prohibits the gathering of more than 4 individuals in a public space as being unlawful, namely, parts of the capital New Delhi , Uttar Pradesh, and Karnataka , including Bangalore. As Section was imposed, the students of IIM-Bangalore demonstrate their protest peacefully by laying shoes and placards in front of the institute gate, which they called the Shoe Satyagraha.
As a result of defying the ban, thousands of protesters were detained, primarily in Delhi, including several opposition leaders and activists such as Ramachandra Guha , Sitaram Yechury , Yogendra Yadav , Umar Khalid , Sandeep Dikshit , and D Raja.
Civil society groups, political parties, students, activists and ordinary citizens used social medial platforms to ask people to turn up and protest peacefully. More than eminent personalities in India signed and issued an open statement against the CAA. Students of Cotton University began protesting against the CAA a few days before the controversial bill was produced on the floor of the Lok Sabha.
On 29 November, the students staged a silent protest outside the university campus. Buildings and railway stations were set on fire. The CAA made as the cut-off date to determine illegal foreigners but according to people opposing the act, Assam bore the brunt of immigrants from to , while other states did not. On 12 December, security personnel, including CRPF jawans with batons and shields barged into the office of a private TV channel of Assam, Prag News in Guwahati and attacked its staffers with batons during protests.
Use of excessive force by the police was also reported. Peasant leader Akhil Gogoi was arrested in Jorhat on 12 December as a preventive measure by authorities to prevent him from organizing any protests. The Assam Human rights Commission decided to take suo moto cognizance of reports of alleged torture upon Akhil Gogoi. In Dispur , several thousands of protesters broke down police barricades to protest in front of the Assam Legislative Assembly building.
Along with music, paintings were also demonstrated in the event. Access to the internet was restricted in Assam by the administrative authorities. Railway services were suspended and some airlines started to waive rescheduling or cancellation fees in those areas.
Both of them had been admitted to the hospital after suffering gunshot wounds. On 21 December, an all-woman protest was organised across the state.
AASU had planned huge protests during Modi's visit. The protesters also demanded the release of Akhil Gogoi and called the Modi government a dictatorship. On 22 January, thousands of students from 9 universities in North East India boycotted classes and joined a protest march in the states of Assam, Nagaland , Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh. Several protests marches with thousands of protesters were held in Tripura. On 12 December BBC reported that the army had been deployed in the state and around people were arrested.
He added that the state has already accommodated many migrants from East Pakistan and further immigration due to CAA would endanger the threatened indigenous residents of the state. The Act also ignited old conflicts between the Bengalis and the Reang refugees. Fresh clashes were reported in the northern district of Kanchanpur between the two communities. Protesters reportedly threw stones and vandalised shops and a marketplace. They were prevented from going ahead by the police who used batons and tear gas to disperse the protesters leading to clashes with them.
Fifty students were detained by the police after the clash. According to the students, police attacked the peaceful protesters with stones and sticks,and several students were injured. The students then retaliated, and clashes ensued. Police denied the allegations, also claiming that the protesters attacked the policemen with stones after they were stopped from marching onwards.
Police then used tear gas to disperse them. At pm on 15 December , hundreds of police officers forcefully entered the campus of Jamia, without the permission of college authority. Students from all across Delhi joined the agitation. The Basic Laws have also defined Israel as a Jewish state. Those who refused to comply were treated as fifth column and traitors. In fact, Palestinian Arab citizens have always been treated as third class citizens.
Last July, a majority in the Knesset voted in favor of a bill that, in principle, could expel members of Knesset whose views are judged as contrary to those of the majority. This is due to his attitude of appeasement and believing that Hindus and Muslims could find a common ground and be reconciled. Finally, a rather far-fetched view held by a few conspiracy theorists is that Mahatma Gandhi was an Illuminati pawn. Sound familiar?
Instead, critics were reminded of the many times Gandhi had actually made racist remarks in public. Gandhi also considered the natives incredibly lazy, thinking that they were not as hardworking as Indians and that they pretty much avoided work completely. Gandhi fought a prejudicial registration of Indian workers, though he was accepting of the same happening to black people. Gandhi, in many publications, exalted the virtues of his fellow Indians and humiliatingly derided black people at every turn.
Gandhi stated that natives gave little benefit to the country and owed their prosperity to Indians. You can read more about such highly controversial statements here. One additional event provides us with a glimpse into the past: the Bambatha Rebellion of Zulus protested against the taxes imposed by the British after the end of the Boer War.
The British responded with a massacre of thousands of Zulus. Between 3,—4, Zulus were killed, 7, were imprisoned, and 4, were viciously flogged. British losses amounted to 25 men. Sign In Register.
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