Maharashtra IPS officer quits about ‘communal, unconstitutional’ Citizenship Bill


MUMBAI: A

Maharashtra

cadre IPS officer on Wednesday reported he has made the decision to resign from the support as protest from the “blatantly communal and unconstitutional” Citizenship (Modification) Monthly bill.

Abdur Rahman, posted as special IGP in Mumbai, issued a statement saying he will not likely be attending workplace from Thursday.

Rajya Sabha on Wednesday authorized the Monthly bill, which was handed by Lok Sabha on Monday.

“This monthly bill is from the religious pluralism of India. I request all justice loving folks to oppose the bill in a democratic way. It runs from the pretty simple function of the Structure,” he reported.

“The monthly bill is against the essential aspect of the Constitution. I condemn this bill. In civil disobedience I have decided not show up at office from tomorrow. I am lastly quitting the provider,” Rahman reported in the assertion.

“All through the passage of the invoice, wrong information, deceptive information and facts and wrong logic ended up generated by House Minister

Amit Shah

. Background was distorted. The notion at the rear of the monthly bill is to stoke dread in Muslims and divide the country,” he claimed.

The bill violates Post fourteen of the Constitution and is from its essential attribute, he claimed. “It discriminates people on the foundation of faith. It’s an act to demonise two hundred million Muslims in India,” he additional.

A senior law enforcement official mentioned Rahman used for voluntary retirement plan (VRS) in August and was awaiting a choice on his software.