After Bihar, Tamil Nadu Likely To Pass Anti-NRC Resolution

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After Bihar, Tamil Nadu Likely To Pass Anti-NRC Re
After Bihar, a resolution against the National Register of Citizens (NRC) could soon be passed in the Tamil Nadu assembly as well. Giving an indication of this, K Palaniswami, chief minister of Tamil Nadu, has said that he is mulling over bringing an anti-NRC resolution in the state assembly soon.

Clearly, with governments allied to it passing resolutions against the NRC, the troubles of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) seem to be increasing. Earlier, a resolution against the implementation of the NRC in the state and in favour of accepting the older version of the National Population Register (NPR) had been passed in the Bihar assembly on Tuesday.

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With the passage of the resolutions against the NRC and the NPR, Bihar has become the first state where the BJP is part of the government and yet, these resolutions were passed.

The BJP’s troubles are already increasing even before the NRC is implemented in Bihar but if an anti-NRC resolution is passed in the Tamil Nadu assembly as well, then the party’s worries will grow manifold.

Many state governments have already been opposing the NRC and NPR, due to which their implementation has become a major irritant for the Central government.

Rajasthan, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Kerala and the union territory of Puducherry have already passed resolutions against the Citizenship Amendment Act, NRC and NPR and several other state governments could follow in their footsteps.

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