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#Scrap CAB/CAA 2019 #NoNRC


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#Scrap CAB/CAA 2019 #NoNRC


We the People Of India

Stand up for the Constitution, scrap CAB/CAA 2019


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Person with two names confuses NRC officials

While helping people negotiate the tortuous journey of defending their citizenship in Assam, CJP’s District Volunteer Motivator (DVM) Majidul Islam came across a very interesting case of Abdul Hoque aka Buida Sheikh’s family in Kandapara village in Barpeta district. Abdul Hoque and his family lost their home due to floods in North Mayunburi village and…


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the CAB/CAA 2019

What is Citizenship Amendment Act? It is an Act that proposes that all Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi or Christian refugees from Afghanistan, Bangladesh or Pakistan, who entered into India on or before the 31st day of December, 2014 without any valid travel documents such as passport, will be granted citizenship by naturalization on applying…


Detention Camp survivor’s family pleads that they be spared further misery

CJP has been working tirelessly to provide legal aid to those defending their citizenship in Assam. In November we brought to you the story of Sahera Khatun of Satibar Gaon in Chirang District, who spent 3 years and 3 months at the Kokrajhar detention camp after being declared ‘foreigner’ a Foreigners Tribunal in Chirang. Now…


CJP’s awareness campaign on citizenship, the NPR-NRC-CAB dilemma

Even before nation-wide NRC (National Register of Citizens) and the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) was proposed by the ruling government, CJP has spoken against propagation of NRC in other states apart from Assam. CJP which has been relentless running a campaign in Assam to provide legal assistance to people excluded from the final NRC list,…


CJP at the Azam college campus in Pune

On 7th December, a public meeting organised by Haji Gulam Mohammed Azam Education Trust saw an attendance of over 500 hundred people. CJP’s secretary, Teesta Setalvad, a key speaker at this meeting emphasized on the fact that a nationwide NRC/NPR is only being used to divide the country. She questioned how such an exercise can…


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