Addressing the volunteers on the occasion of Vijayadashami, Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat has said that no one is threatened by the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). He said that there has been a conspiracy to confuse the Muslim community in the country.
At the Dussehra program in Nagpur, Mohan Bhagwat said, we saw that there were anti-CAA demonstrations in the country which caused tension in the society. He said that those who come to India who have been tortured and displaced due to communal reasons from some neighboring countries, will be given citizenship through this CAA. There is a history of communal harassment in those neighboring countries of India. There is no opposition to any particular sect in this citizenship amendment law of India.
The Sangh chief said that there was no danger in this law for those who are citizens of India. If someone comes from outside and wants to become a citizen of India, then there are provisions for this which are intact. That process is as it is. RSS Chief said that despite this some opportunistic people started opposing this law and created such an environment that the number of Muslims in this country does not increase, so this law has been made. After this, opposition to this law started. The atmosphere of the country got tense.