YSR Congress chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, has imposed by a deadline from his own party MLA. He made a sensational announcement that within the deadline if Jagan did not do so, he would resign as MLA. Mustafa, the MLA of Guntur East, belongs to the ruling YSR Congress party. He gave a deadline to the chief of his own party.
The Citizenship Amendment Act has sparked nationwide concerns against national population register programs. MLA Mustafa on this occasion demanded a resolution in the Assembly requesting that the state not even implemented. It urged, to introduce and approve the resolution in the Assembly Budget Sessions to held soon. He made the announcement in the House of Minorities, held in his constituency, that he would resign as MLA if he did not do so.
Speaking on several issues, he said that the central government is making decisions to question the survival of Muslims living in India. Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has made it clear that the state should not enforce such laws that break the religion of the people in the state. The Citizenship Amendment Act has ruled that their government opposed to national population registration programs. They are ready to attack the central government.
Chief Minister YS Jagan has promised to convince the Assembly to pass a resolution against these laws. The deputy chief minister, Amjad, the minister of language and civil supplies, Kodali Nani, recalled the same comments on the occasion. The ruling party has hit with the imposition of its own MLA deadline. Who in the party spoke against Jagan. It is likely that he will take action against him in the future as the MLA is in the spotlight.