Actor Vijay Appeals to Government: Don’t Implement CAA in Tamil Nadu

The controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) was passed by the central government on March 11 and the opposition has been lashing out at the Modi government. In the meantime, Tamil actor, TVK chief Dalpathi Vijay has requested that “Don’t implement CAA in Tamilnadu”.

Actor Vijay has expressed displeasure against the Narendra Modi-led Centre for implementing the CAA with the Lok Sabha elections just a few weeks away, saying, “We cannot accept any law like the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 in the country. “There is no need for such a law when we all live in harmony in our country,” he opined.

Actor Vijay has requested that the MK Stalin government of Tamil Nadu not implement this CAA law, “Leaders should ensure that this law is not implemented in Tamil Nadu,” said Vijay in an official statement of TVK.

The Citizenship Amendment Act, passed by the Parliament in December 2019, was implemented by the Central Government on March 11, 2024, and the Opposition expressed outrage against the Centre. This act allows religious minorities from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and Pakistan to get citizenship in India.

This Act allows Hindus, Sirkhas, Buddhists, Jains, and Parsis who arrived in India before December 31, 2014, to get Indian citizenship. But in our secular country, the exclusion of only the Muslim community in this act has led to strong opposition.

Not only Vijay, Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi, senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, CPIM leader Sitaram Yechury have expressed outrage against the Modi government at the Centre.

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