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Meghalaya NGO leader hits out at BJP over CAA, NPR, NRC

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SHILLONG, March 14 - Khun Hynniewtrep National Awakening Movement (KHNAM) leader Thomas Passah today said that CAA, NPR and NRC are nothing but weapons created by the BJP Government to discriminate on the basis of religion.

�These laws also violate the Constitution by going against some of its very fundamental beliefs. They have been formulated to fulfil the dream of Veer Savarkar to create a Hindu Rashtra on the ideology of Hindutva,� Passah said, adding that these laws may also be used as a tool to identify and strip the anti-BJP voters of their right to vote, thus preparing for a clean sweep in the 2024 elections.

�My people in Shillong and Meghalaya, especially the Khasi community, are my primary concern because it seems they lack awareness on the disaster that is already standing at their doorstep,� he said.

He, however, said that even though time is very limited, it is still not too late to stand up and demand a resolution against these laws by the State Government.

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Meghalaya NGO leader hits out at BJP over CAA, NPR, NRC

SHILLONG, March 14 - Khun Hynniewtrep National Awakening Movement (KHNAM) leader Thomas Passah today said that CAA, NPR and NRC are nothing but weapons created by the BJP Government to discriminate on the basis of religion.

�These laws also violate the Constitution by going against some of its very fundamental beliefs. They have been formulated to fulfil the dream of Veer Savarkar to create a Hindu Rashtra on the ideology of Hindutva,� Passah said, adding that these laws may also be used as a tool to identify and strip the anti-BJP voters of their right to vote, thus preparing for a clean sweep in the 2024 elections.

�My people in Shillong and Meghalaya, especially the Khasi community, are my primary concern because it seems they lack awareness on the disaster that is already standing at their doorstep,� he said.

He, however, said that even though time is very limited, it is still not too late to stand up and demand a resolution against these laws by the State Government.

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