Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said that there is no need to fear anyone in the country about the Citizenship Amendment Act. People doing politics under the guise of the Citizenship Amendment Act have been told that educational institutions will not be allowed to become the hub of politics. The Congress has extinguished and before extinguishing it is anxious to burn one.
Nishank said that two marks, two legislations will not run in the country. Work was done under the leadership of the Prime Minister. The citizenship amendment law had long been needed. Due to Jinnah’s insistence and Nehru’s liberalism, there would have been no need for law if there was no division on the basis of religion. Jinnah betrayed minority Hindus.
Pakistan was declared an Islamic country after Partition. Even after the Nehru and Liaquat pacts in 1950, atrocities on minority Hindus did not stop. Pakistan’s first law minister had opposed the atrocities on minority Hindus and had said to execute the agreement. He had to leave the country and take refuge in India.
Nishank was talking to reporters at the BJP Kumaon division office on Sunday. Nishank said that political parties should not fire guns on the shoulder of educational institutions. Our goal is to take educational institutions to world ranking. He called upon the students to make a significant contribution to building the foundation of the country and do not fall prey to any misguidance.
Said the Citizenship Amendment Act had been in demand for 70 years. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has done historical work. In the year 2013-2014, there were such situations that the people of the country felt that the country was moving towards slavery and stood in the category of a weak, poor and corrupt country. By taking big and tough decisions, Modi has raised the value of the country on the world stage. Nobody used to ask the former Prime Minister in the world and today India is involved in major decisions of the world. Worried about the stove to the toilet.
Why is the Congress making a stir today
Nishank said that from 2003 to 2013, the Congress Foreign Ministers said in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha that minority Hindus are being persecuted in Pakistan and justice is not being found. Then why is the Congress making the most noise today? Some people want to spread violence in the country. Spreading violence is included in their rites. More than 1500 intellectuals have written to the Prime Minister, supporting the Citizenship Amendment Act. It said that the Citizenship Amendment Act was also included in the BJP’s manifesto.
Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, and Christians declined from 22 percent to 3.7 percent in Pakistan
Nishank said that the Congress and the Left should answer that after partition, there were 22 percent Buddhists, Jains, Sikhs, Christians and Hindus in Pakistan. How did their number come down to 3.7 percent in 2011? It is clear that forcible conversion was done or there was no untoward happening to them or they took refuge in India. Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh are Islamic nations and minority Hindus are persecuted there. Therefore included. If the Congress and the Left are so much concerned about the people of the world, then apply for citizenship, rules and laws have been made for that too.
Government’s achievements were also counted
Union Human Resource Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said that the Modi government gave free gas connections and electricity connections to the people. Also, gave a plan like Ayushman. Electricity, connecting roads, all-weather road, air route extension, border strengthening work are being done in the Modi government. Modi is providing all possible help for the upliftment of Uttarakhand.
MLA said on Faiz’s poetry
During the reception, Kichha MLA Rajesh Shukla expressed displeasure that some people are resorting to the poetry of great poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz on social media just for politics. Shukla responded to such people by Faiz’s lines ‘That thing which was not mentioned in the entire story, he has gone through a lot of exasperation.’ Here, Nishank was welcomed at Tanda Mor by MLA Rajkumar Thukral, Bharat Bhushan Chugh and many other leaders.