No put for NRC in Andhra Pradesh, claims CM Jagan Mohan


KADAPA:

Andhra Pradesh

main minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy on Monday claimed the point out authorities will not help implementation of the

Nationwide Sign up of Citizens

(NRC) in the point out, even as protests towards the Citizenship Modification Act continued to intensify throughout the nation. The AP chief minister built his stand public through 3-working day tour of his house district Kadapa.

“We will oppose the NRC. There is no concern of supporting the NRC. Our deputy main minister (minority affairs) SB

Amzath Basha

reviewed the NRC difficulty with us and issued a categorical assertion that the state federal government of Andhra Pradesh will not aid the NRC at any price. The state federal government backs the assertion of deputy chief minister SB Amzath Basha on the difficulty,” reported Jagan.

It was only ten days ago that the YSR Congress Celebration experienced supported the Citizens Modification Invoice which was passed in the parliament.

Final 7 days, deputy main minister SB Amzath Basha issued a assertion that the Andhra Pradesh govt will not assist the NRC and that main minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy had certain him the point out government will oppose any monthly bill which is detrimental to the passions of Muslims.

On Monday, chief minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy himself declared the formal stand of Andhra Pradesh to oppose the NRC.

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