RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said – no Muslim has any problem with CAA

RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said – no Muslim has any problem with CAA

National Desk; Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat, who is here on a two-day visit to Assam, said on Wednesday that the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC) have nothing to do with the Hindu-Muslim divide and some people To serve their political interests, they are giving communal color to both these cases. He said that no Muslim will be harmed due to this citizenship law.

Bhagwat said after releasing the book titled 'Citizenship Debate over NRC and CAA-Assam and the Politics of History'. The Prime Minister had said that the minorities would be taken care of and so far this has been done. We will continue to do so. No Muslim will be harmed due to CAA." Bhagwat underlined that the citizenship law will provide protection to the persecuted minorities in neighboring countries. 

He said, “We also help the majority of the communities in these countries in times of disaster… so if there are some people who want to come to our country because of the dangers and fear, we must definitely help them. Regarding the NRC, he said that all countries have the right to know who their citizens are. "The matter is in the political sphere as the government is involved... A section of people wants to serve political interest by communalising both these matters," he said. 


113 people died in Maharashtra due to monsoon havoc, Uddhav Thackeray visited Chiplun

113 people died in Maharashtra due to monsoon havoc, Uddhav Thackeray visited Chiplun

National Desk: The death toll in parts of Maharashtra rose to 113 on Sunday with 100 people missing after one more person died in the last 24 hours due to floods, landslides and other rain-related incidents. The state government gave this information. The government said in a statement that 50 people were also injured in these incidents. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday visited the severe flood-hit Chiplun in Ratnagiri district of Konkan region. A group of locals stopped the Chief Minister's convoy and told him about the problems being caused by the ravages of rain in the area.

The Chief Minister interacted with the residents, traders and shopkeepers and promised all possible help from the state government to restore normalcy in the area. Thackeray said he would need "central assistance for long-term relief work". He said he would visit western Maharashtra on Monday and a comprehensive data on the extent of damage would be prepared.