Orally asks govt. to publish objective of the Act to avoid chaos on the streets. The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to stay the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) of 2019, which fast tracks citizenship-by-naturalisation process for “illegal migrants” from six religious communities, other than Muslims, who have fled persecution from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. Chief Justice of India Sharad A. Bobde instead orally asked the government to publicise the actual intent of the Act so that there was no confusion among the public about its objectives.

[12/18, 12:51] Sekarreporter 1: https://twitter.com/sekarreporter1/status/1207198919299461120?s=08
[12/18, 12:53] Sekarreporter 1: Orally asks govt. to publish objective of the Act to avoid chaos on the streets.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to stay the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) of 2019, which fast tracks citizenship-by-naturalisation process for “illegal migrants” from six religious communities, other than Muslims, who have fled persecution from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan.
Chief Justice of India Sharad A. Bobde instead orally asked the government to publicise the actual intent of the Act so that there was no confusion among the public about its objectives.

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