Kohima, February 7: The Naga People’s Front (NPF) said it will move for an adjournment motion on Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAA).
Taking part in the debate on Governor’s Address, senior leader NPF and former Minister, Imkong L. Imchen said his party will on Saturday move for an adjournment motion on CAA.
The cock party is expected to ask the Government to withdraw its earlier resolution on CAB and pass a resolution against the CAA.
The NPF said CAA was discriminatory and against the secular fabric of the Indian Constitution, adding that even international organisations have come out against the Act. He said further decision would be there when they move for the adjournment motion on the issue.
He also read out the reaction of the European Parliament on CAA.
Another of his colleague, Vikheho Swu also termed the Act unconstitutional.
But ruling legislator, Toshi Wangtong said Nagaland is protected by Article 371A and that there should not be fear or apprehension in any case. (Page News Service)