Section 144 imposed in West Bengal as BJP leaders detained for a pro-CAA rally

A top BJP leader in Bengal said the party will move the Calcutta high court against the government’s prohibitory orders.
Written By Siddhu Manchikanti | Updated: January 15, 2020 10:05 IST
Section 144 imposed in West Bengal as BJP leaders detained for a pro-CAA rally

The CAA row continues to show its effect on the country. It seems relentless at the moment and the pro-CAA rallies in the support of the Citizenship Amendment Act begin to spread out all over the country. While the anti-CAA protests are holding the ground these pro-rallies intensify the situation further instead of bringing peace and clarity among one another.
 
Now, West Bengal Police enforced Section 144 to stop the BJP from holding rallies in support of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act. BJP leaders Sayantan Basu and Malati Rava Ray got detained on their way to a rally on Sunday. Police also registered a case against Basu and Bengal Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha President Debjit Sarkar for holding a meeting on Monday.
 
A top BJP leader in Bengal said the party will move the Calcutta high court against the government’s prohibitory orders. Yesterday, the Kerala Government has moved to Supreme Court challenging the revolutionary CAA decision took by the Modi government and even wrote a letter to the Non-BJP CMs to unite with them.




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