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Sunday, April 14, 2024

Celebrations begin in West Bengal as CAA is implemented

Soon after the implementation of the CAA through a notification by the Home Ministry, celebrations begin in different parts of West Bengal. Hindus celebrated this historic moment by distributing sweets and gatherings in the temple and expressed their joy with Dhak and Kansa.

As the news came, hundreds of Hindus gathered in the Matua temple in Thakurnagar, North 24 Parganas district. With Dhak, they celebrated the moment by dancing in the rhythm. Besides, several parts of the district also witnessed this type of celebration. 

In Nadia district, Hindus celebrated the moment by smearing each other’s faces with colours. They also distributed sweets among common people. 

Notably, Hindu refugees in large numbers live in North and South 24 Parganas, Nadia districts of West Bengal. For many years, they were deprived of Voting and other rights. The implementation of the CAA will benefit them directly, opined political analysts. 

Besides, the implementation may change the political scenario in the state in the upcoming elections. Experts say after the implementation of CAA, Hindu refugees(most of them are BJP supporters) will be the deciding factor in 50 assembly constituencies. Once they get voting rights, the political equation will be changed entirely. That’s why TMC and Mamata Banerjee are strongly opposing the law, experts say. 

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