Maharashtra minister and Congress chief Ashok Chavan on Thursday mentioned that Shiv Sena’s stand isn’t transparent at the Citizenship Modification Act (CAA), Nationwide Inhabitants Check in (NPR) and Nationwide Check in of Voters (NRC), including that the problem might be taken via Maharashtra coordination committee.
“There’s a three-party alliance executive in Maharashtra. Congress has cleared its stand on CAA, NPR, and NRC. This isn’t for the advantage of the rustic. It sort of feels that Shiv Sena’s stand remains to be now not transparent on CAA, NPR, and NRC,” Mr Chavan advised ANI.
“If there’s any dispute, Maharashtra coordination committee, which has leaders from 3 events will speak about this and type it out,” he mentioned.
Mr Chavan referred to as his assembly with Congress period in-between president Sonia Gandhi a “courtesy assembly”.
The Congress chief’s commentary got here after Maharashtra Leader Minister Thackeray mentioned there’s no want to concern if the CAA is applied whilst reiterating that NRC might not be applied within the state.
“CAA and NRC each are other and NPR is other. Nobody has to fret if CAA will get applied. NRC isn’t there and might not be applied within the state,” he mentioned.
Many non-BJP state governments, together with Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Kerala, Punjab, and Rajasthan have refused to enforce the Citizenship Modification Act (CAA) and the NRC of their respective states.