After CAA, What next?

After the furore spread all over the country upon passing of CAA by the Parliament of India, many of us are wondering how are the people going to react on many other bills, that are just on the way in the pipeline as of now. Modi govt on their part is digging down all the pending work that was left out half way or incomplete by the previous governments and trying to clear them all one by one. The government’s intentions may be right but it seems, the message at the grass-root level has gone in tilted & twisted form. It’s a matter of grave concern because it is causing anxieties in a certain section of people, which is bringing them on roads for dharna and protests.


What will come next is being talked about by many on social media and even in their personal groups. Gossip mongers are having gala time over such confusion, people with vested interest are planting things and making confusion even deeper. The administration seems to have no clue about how one shaheen bagh is mushrooming at many more places in the country. One single spark and it could turn the events.


The government, on the other hand, has lined up many bills that need to be passed at their earliest. Please view the list of bills that may follow up after CAA :


  • The Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda Bill, 2020.

  • The Direct Tax Vivid Se Vishwas Bill, 2020

  • The Aircraft (Amendment) Bill, 2020

  • The Finance Bill, 2020

  • The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Second Amendment) Bill, 2019

  • The Central Sanskrit University Bill, 2019

  • The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019

  • The Code on Social Security, 2019

  • The Maintenance & Welfare of Parents & Senior Citizens (Amendment) Bill, 2019


They are all important and meant for the people only, provided they understand it or at least want to understand it. People must look at these bills with an open mind. No govt can play such kind of mischief with people, hence it is the duty of people not to come in someone’s instigation and don’t fear as no party can dare to play a dirty game with genuine people. All the policies, rules and regulations are meant for benefit of the country and in the interest of the citizens of India. However, some of the crucial bills may add to controversies such as uniform civil code and maybe population control bill for obvious political reasons. As a right citizen, one has every right to object to the negative part of any bill but at the same time, one must not forget to keep the country as first thing before their own self.


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