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NRC versus Infiltrators
12/4/2019 10:14:35 PM
Union Home Minister Amit Shah has vowed to identify and expel each and every infiltrator by 2024. His assertion has made it amply clear that NDA 2.0 led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is committed to implement the NRC, which is being vehemently opposed by the opposition.
The leaders of the Congress and BJP have exchanged heated arguments over the implementation of NRC in the ongoing Parliament session. Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Choudhary called Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah infiltrators. His remarks evokes sharp reaction from the BJP leaders, who demanded apology from Choudhary, and raised questions over the Italian origin of the Congress chief Sonia Gandhi.
Politics being played over the issue of implementing NRC has rattled the entire country. The opinion over implementing NRC is divided. Some people believe that it should be done while some say it would create a division among the people.
If one studies NRC its clear that people who are in minority in the Muslim countries and they entered India would be given citizenship and shelter, while the people who are from the majority community in countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Myanmar would be deported.
The government's logic to retain the people from minorities in other countries is simple that these people have nowhere to go while the people from other communities can settle in the countries where they are in majority. And these countries should have no objection in giving shelter to these refugees.
During the past 70 years, denizens of neighbouring countries have entered India illegally and have eventually got settled here. Most of them have acquired the documents to claim that they are the permanent residents of India and it won't be easy task for the government to differentiate between permanent and temporary citizens of the country.
The present regime is making the masses believe that there are lakhs of infiltrators in India and they are eating up the share of the permanent residents of the country. The process to identify the infiltrators, who are scattered across the country has already commenced. In the next phase they will be asked to prove their credentials and if they fail to do so then they would be sent out of India.
If the NRC is implemented Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan will be left with no other option other than giving shelter to the people from their communities but the fact is that these countries have never cared about their people and may not provide them with any sort of help.
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