80 Muslim pioneers leave BJP over CAA in India’s Madhya Pradesh

In the midst of progressing fights Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) the nation over, around 80 Muslim pioneers of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in India’s Madhya Pradesh on Friday left the essential participation of the gathering considering the petulant law a “disruptive” measure, reports The Statesman.

One of the pioneers, Rajik Qureshi Farshiwala, said they left the BJP’s essential participation in the wake of writing to the recently named Indian president JP Nadda on Thursday.

In their letter, the Muslim chiefs expressed, “Residents have right to correspondence under Article 14 of the Indian Constitution. Be that as it may, the BJP-drove Central Government is executing the CAA on strict grounds.”

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