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  • Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the Center will not touch Article 371, no foreign citizen can stay in Assam after NRC

    Published on September 8, 2019

    By Bhupen Goswami

    Guwahati : Union Home Minister Amit Shah said today in Guwahati that no foreigner can live in India. There is no place in India for Muslim foreigners. The central government is in talks to implement NRC across the country. The central government is committed to the entire development work on this North East area. Union Home Minister Amit Shah is in Assam today, after his first visit was released after a list of citizens to identify illegal migrants in the state. The National Register of Citizens or NRC had left over 19 lakh people.

    Mr. Shah visited after being declared a “disturbed area” for six months in Assam.The Home Minister is meeting with the Chief Ministers and Governors of the North Eastern Council or NEC member states and is likely to review the situation in the state after the publication of the NRC. During his two-day visit, he will also attend the BJP-led North East Democratic Alliance meeting tomorrow. The Council for Development in the North Eastern Region is the apex advisory body to facilitate effective coordination between member states.Article 371 of the Indian Constitution is a special provision that will not be changed by the BJP-led NDA government, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday. advertisement Addressing the 68th plenary session of the North East Council in Guwahati, Assam, Shah said that while Article 370 was provisional, Article 371 is about special provisions in the North East.Shah said, “After the repeal of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, attempts were made to misinterpret and mislead the people of the North East that Article 371 would also be abolished.” Shah said, “I have made it clear in Parliament that this is not going to happen and I am again saying today in the presence of eight Chief Ministers of North East that the Center will not touch Article 371.

    The government has claimed that it has no intention of removing Article 371 of the Constitution, which contains “special provisions” for 11 states, including six states in the Northeast. Fears of its removal after the government repealed the special status accorded to Jammu and Kashmir under Article 370 of the Constitution divided the state into two union territories.Articles 30 and 3 19501 have been part of the constitution since the time it was adopted on 26 January 1950. Articles 31A-H and 3, 1J, however, Article 37. Were incorporated into the Constitution by Parliament through amendments under. This article describes the “power to amend the constitution and procedure of Parliament therefore”.Home Minister is ex-officio chairman of NEC, shadow may prevail during NRB NRC across the country.Union Home Minister Amit Shah went on a two-day visit to Assam. He arrived in Assam’s capital Guwahati on Sunday, where he is to preside over the meeting of the Northeast Council. The two-day meeting will be attended by governors and chief ministers of eight northeastern states. During the two-day meeting, Home Minister Shah also reviews ongoing development projects in the Northeast. In addition, he can review security arrangements in the northeastern states as well as discuss new plans.