The government is confident that the citizen bill will pass the Rajya Sabha test. Northeast region closes the protest.

When the central government led by the BJP prepared to issue a citizen bill (Amendment) In Ratchayaba or the House of Representatives on Wednesday, the northeast region protested violently.

The law will quickly pursue citizenship claims from persecuted minorities from Pakistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. People in the northeast are afraid that many Hindu immigrants from Bangladesh, which they say are intruders, will cover their homeland.

So the protesters clashed with the police, set fire to tires and cut down trees to block the road on Tuesday during the closing hours in the hours after the approval of the House of Representatives or Lok Sabha in Tripura. There is an 11-hour bandh called by the Eastern Student Organization. North (NESO)

The Tripura government has suspended mobile internet and SMS services in the state for 48 hours to prevent the spread of reports and to maintain law and order in the state. The prohibition has also been extended to media messages by government orders.

On Tuesday, the northeast region suffered damage from strikes from various organizations, with buses leaving the streets and schools and most stores closed in the Kamrup district of Assam. Ordered that restrict the assembly of two people up in the midst of fears that violence may deteriorate

Lok Sabha passed the bill after midnight on Monday amid a fierce debate in the house, which saw AIMIM's Asimuddin Owaisi leader tear down a copy of the bill when the law was set to make it easier for Buddhist Hindus Parsis. And Christians who fled from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan to become Indians.

The federal government says Muslims from these three countries are not exempt because they can choose to go to other Muslim countries. It also includes other minorities who have fled from political or religious oppression elsewhere. Such as Tamils from Sri Lanka, Rohingya from Myanmar and Tibet from China

Many in India fear that the government aims to conduct a National Register (NRC) across the country to identify and expel all "intruders" by 2024, but in Parliament, Amit Shah's foreign minister tries to get rid of the idea. By saying that Again and again, this bill has nothing to do with Muslims in this country. "

On Monday, nearly 1,200 scientists and scholars in educational institutions, both in India and abroad, published letters to illustrate "terror" at this law.

The United States Committee on International Religious Freedom in a statement on Monday called "the wrong turn in the wrong direction", along with the National Register of People, with the objective of creating a religious test for Indian citizenship of Muslims

The Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded Tuesday that the US group's statements are "incorrect or not guaranteed" and "guided by their prejudice and prejudice."

BJP is confident that it will receive sufficient support from the various parties in the state of Raja Bara. Is the bank that supports All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK), YSR Congress Party (YSRCP), Telugu Desam (TDP) and Biju Janata Dal (BJD) - all of which are outside the National Allliance (NDA). Former partner of Shiv Sena, who supports the bill in Lok Sabha, set the stage for a u-turn on Tuesday when Chief Uddhav Thackeray said it would not support a bill in the upper house unless the party answers the question. it.

However, this does not diminish the spirit of the BJP. "Shiv Sena's statement will not affect the story of the bill ... We are confident in the numbers," said BJP senior officials and members of Rajya Sabha.

The party also rounded out a sub-division of Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal (United) [JD (U)] about the bill's support issues and said it voted 127 votes in Rajya Sabha.