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      Examining the Justifications Behind India’s Exclusion of Muslims from the Citizenship Amendment Act | RRD’s Opinion

      Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) is a small pathway of legislation at the intersection of a subcontinent’s history, tumultuous geopolitics and upward aspirations. For the religious minorities who have face discrimination, murders, rapes, conversions, and land grab in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh it is a opening to new hope.

      You cannot imagine what implementation of CAA will do in border like West Bengal, Rajasthan, Punjab and Kashmir.

      Groups of a mute, invisible, exploit and vulnerable population will come alive.

      If India had the CAA rules in 1979, there would be no Marichjhapi massacre.

      The Left Front government and CPM cadre in Bengal preside over the killing of nearly 1,700 persecuted Dalit Hindu refugees who had fled Bangladesh to settle in West Bengal.

      They were butcher across 100 islands in the Sunderbans delta.

      Even their drinking water wells were poison.

      The stock, uninform attack against the CAA is that it is anti-Muslim.

      Why should citizenship applications of only persecuted Hindus, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, and Parsis from these three Islamist countries be expedited?

      Why shouldn’t persecuted Muslims like Shias and Ahmediyyas of Pakistan not be include in CAA?

      Lets find out the Behind India’s Exclusion of Muslims from the Citizenship Amendment Act.

      • CAA is a way legislation to protect persecuted ‘religious’ minorities, not ‘sects’. Muslims from these countries can still apply under the old Citizenship Act. Former Pakistani singer Adnan Sami got Indian citizenship and is a much respected figure in India right now.
      • The historical premise of CAA is the Liaquat-Nehru pact that was sign after Partition in 1950 to safeguard minorities in the divided subcontinent. India kept its part of the deal. Minority population has grown by over 5% in 7 decades. But Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh didn’t keep their word. Percentage of religious minorities have dwindle to single digits in Pakistan and Bangladesh, and close to zero in Afghanistan.
      • As now Islamic sects like Shias and Ahmediyyas were at the forefront of the movement to create Pakistan. India is not obligate to protect them from one another now.
      • India has the right to defend itself against demographic and cultural takeover. It has already lost many body parts in the course of the 1,000-year demographic war unleash against it by colonisation and Islamic invasions. It has seen large tracts of its territory, especially along the border. It must not accommodate further demographic usurpation.
      • India should learn what not to do from the western model of ‘liberalism’ which the Left and far-Left have long hijack. In the name of ‘multiculturalism’ and ‘cultural enrichment’, Left-leaning parties in the West have facilitate unbridle immigration to grow their vote bank. It has gaslight white populations to drop all survival instincts against demographic takeover.
      • India has nothing to prove by being forgiving Pakistan, Bangladesh or Afghanistan. All are right now fail or struggling states while India is the fastest rising global economic and military power. India neither needs their validation nor needs to belittle them for liberal brownie points.
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      The CAA is absolutely fine and effective as it stands.

      It is the first step to making Bharat the new home for the persecute people of all religions.

      Rahul Ram Dwivedi (RRD) is a senior journalist in 2YoDoINDIA.
      NOTE : Views expressed are personal.

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