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Mizo BJP unit to dissolve party if citizenship bill is passed

AIZAWL: The Mizoram unit of BJP on Tuesday said they are going to dissolve the state unit if celebration nationwide leaders insist at the passage of the proposed Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2016 in the Rajya Sabha.

Addressing a press convention in Aizawl, BJP state unit head J V Hluna said they would not hesitate to dissolve the celebration unit if the law is passed in Parliament. “The BJP Mizoram Pradesh was formed to safeguard the identity and culture of the Mizo other folks,” Hluna said and added that if celebration leaders at the nationwide level impose the law at the other folks in opposition to their needs, they might haven't any choice however to verify the BJP does not exist in the state.

He said the state BJP unit had repeatedly appealed to central leaders to not pass the invoice or to leave out Mizoram and the northeastern states from the ambit of the law. The state BJP chief said Afghanistan and Pakistan occupy the second one and fifth positions respectively in the World Watch List in the case of non secular persecution and neighbouring Bangladesh is in number 48th place as there is not any non secular persecution in opposition to Buddhists in that nation.

The state unit appealed to all church buildings to hold mass prayers to defeat the invoice. The Presbyterian Church of India, Mizoram Synod issued a round on Tuesday to all its native church buildings around the state to organise mass prayers on Saturday.

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