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CAA will be repealed: Congress

CAA will be repealed: Congress

Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram has announced that the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) will be repealed during the first parliamentary session after the INDIA Bloc forms the government. Although not explicitly stated in the Congress's manifesto, Chidambaram assured that the intention to repeal the CAA is clear. He attributed its absence from the manifesto to space constraints. Chidambaram criticized the BJP's decade-long rule, vowing to repeal five damaging laws, including the CAA.

Addressing concerns about the Congress's stance on the CAA, Chidambaram highlighted MP Shashi Tharoor's opposition in Parliament. Regarding the Ayodhya Ram temple inauguration, Chidambaram expressed neutrality, stating that its existence fulfills public demand and shouldn't influence politics or elections.

On national security, Chidambaram accused the BJP of concealing Chinese troop incursions into Indian territory. He criticized the BJP's transformation into a Modi-centric "cult," alleging erosion of freedom of speech and expression under their rule.

Chidambaram urged voters to restore democracy by electing the INDIA Bloc, criticizing Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan for prioritizing local over national issues. He argued that the Congress is better positioned nationally to combat the BJP.

He warned of potential constitutional amendments and increased authoritarianism if Modi were re-elected. Chidambaram emphasized the need for democracy restoration.

The looming April 26th Kerala polls and June 4th nationwide election results were highlighted, urging voters to consider the broader national context when choosing their representatives.

Chidambaram's statements encapsulate the Congress's pledge to repeal the CAA, address national security concerns, and combat the perceived cult-like tendencies of the ruling BJP.

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CAA will be repealed: Congress

CAA will be repealed: Congress

Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram has announced that the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) will be repealed during the first parliamentary session after the INDIA Bloc forms the government. Although not explicitly stated in the Congress's manifesto, Chidambaram assured that the intention to repeal the CAA is clear. He attributed its absence from the manifesto to space constraints. Chidambaram criticized the BJP's decade-long rule, vowing to repeal five damaging laws, including the CAA.

Addressing concerns about the Congress's stance on the CAA, Chidambaram highlighted MP Shashi Tharoor's opposition in Parliament. Regarding the Ayodhya Ram temple inauguration, Chidambaram expressed neutrality, stating that its existence fulfills public demand and shouldn't influence politics or elections.

On national security, Chidambaram accused the BJP of concealing Chinese troop incursions into Indian territory. He criticized the BJP's transformation into a Modi-centric "cult," alleging erosion of freedom of speech and expression under their rule.

Chidambaram urged voters to restore democracy by electing the INDIA Bloc, criticizing Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan for prioritizing local over national issues. He argued that the Congress is better positioned nationally to combat the BJP.

He warned of potential constitutional amendments and increased authoritarianism if Modi were re-elected. Chidambaram emphasized the need for democracy restoration.

The looming April 26th Kerala polls and June 4th nationwide election results were highlighted, urging voters to consider the broader national context when choosing their representatives.

Chidambaram's statements encapsulate the Congress's pledge to repeal the CAA, address national security concerns, and combat the perceived cult-like tendencies of the ruling BJP.

 
 
 
 
 

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