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Mamata banerjee objected to citizenship laws to PM Modi

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has called on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss the country's Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Mamata called on the Prime Minister at the Raj Bhavan in Kolkata on Saturday afternoon.

Later in the evening, he addressed the Trinamool Chhatra Parishad in protest at CAA and NRC at Rani Rasmani Road in Kolkata. After the meeting with Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said, "The state government owes 38000 crore to the central government." I demanded that the money be settled quickly. I have also mentioned objections to Citizenship law. ”

She called the meeting with the Prime Minister a constitutional duty. Mamata said, “Every time the President comes, the Prime Minister has come, I have met. Firhad Hakim, Minister of State and Mayor of Kolkata, went to the airport to welcome Modi. The state owes 25,000 crore. Bulbul has a balance of 10000 crore. The total amount is 38000 crore. We have asked to be paid. ”

"I said cab, NPR, NRC - we are against the three. There should be no discrimination between people. I said that no one should be left out, and that no one should be persecuted. Think of the CAA and the NRC, we want it to be withdrawn. She has said, 'I am now in the state and will speak in Delhi if necessary.'

Meanwhile, CPM and Congress leaders have criticized Chief Minister Mamata's meeting with the country's prime minister. They see this scarcity as a compromise between the BJP with the grassroots. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, however, remarked that the signing was a constitutional obligation.


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