Tamil Nadu Chennai News 6, 7, 8 Highlights: The Tamil Nadu Assembly on Wednesday adopted a resolution urging the Centre to repeal the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 to protect and ensure unity and communal harmony and uphold the secular principles enshrined in the Constitution.
According to PTI, the resolution moved by Chief Minister M K Stalin said the CAA passed by the Parliament in 2019 “is not in tune with the secular principles laid down in our Constitution and also not conducive to the communal harmony that prevails in India.”
The main opposition AIADMK’s members were not in the House during its passage. They staged a walkout over issues they tried to raise during the zero hour. Opposing the resolution, the BJP MLAs also staged a walkout and later speaking to media, the party’s legislature party leader Nainar Nagendran said the CAA has absolutely nothing against Muslim people.