Neha Singh Rathore wrote this thing after sharing PM Modi's photo


Recently the citizenship amendment act (CAA) has been implemented by the narendra modi government at the Centre. For this, a notification has been issued by the government. A portal for this is also ready by the Union home Ministry. application for obtaining citizenship can be made on this portal. Bhojpuri singer Neha Singh Rathore has reacted after the implementation of CAA.

Perhaps Neha Singh Rathore said, 'They will talk about caa, you stick to the electoral bond.' However, for a long time, Bhojpuri singers have been attacking the bjp government on its policies. Earlier he had said, 'Congratulations to the country. supreme court has ordered that sbi will have to give information about electoral bonds by tomorrow. Those who earlier claimed to bring black money from foreign banks, are today not allowing the accounts of their black money to come out of SBI. 'Where will your issues be in their priority list? How much difference would it make to them about the problems like unemployment and inflation spread across the country? How much will they care about your livelihood or your child's education and health? singer had also shared the picture of PM narendra modi on this post made on social media.

The caa is going to fulfill the objectives that the government had set when it passed the bill in parliament on december 11, 2019. The Citizenship Act, 1955 (57 of 1955) was enacted to provide for the acquisition and determination of indian citizenship. Historically, there has been frequent cross-data-border migration of populations between the regions of india, pakistan, afghanistan and Bangladesh. When india was partitioned in 1947, millions of citizens of different religions of undivided india were living in those areas of pakistan and Bangladesh. It is worth noting that the constitutions of pakistan, afghanistan and bangladesh provide for a specific state religion. As a result, many people from Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi and Christian communities data-faced persecution on the basis of religion in those countries.

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