10 Points: Why is Opposition backing infiltrators? NDA puts the security of nation first: Amit Shah

New Delhi, July 31, News24 Bureau: A big uproar was witnessed in Rajya Sabha as BJP National President Amit Shah spoke in Rajya Sabha.  He said that the 1985 Assam Accord was signed by former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, and that accord was "soul" of National Register of Citizens (NRC).
Shah continued to add that Congress did not have the guts to bring out the national register of Citizens draft.
Amit Shah further ruffled the feathers by pointing to the Opposition and asking why they were interested in keeping back the infiltrators.
The Decision certainly was that of Congress, but they did not have the guts to implement the same, said Shah.


1. I heard many parties speak in the house (Rajya Sabha) but surprisingly none of them mentioned that this is just a draft list that this is not the final list, said BJP President Amit Shah

2. Congress, TMC and other parties who are speaking against NRC Assam should clear their stand on Bangladeshi infiltrators

3. By encouraging infiltrators, how can we ensure security at the borders and internal security of the nation?

4. Greh yudh ka bhay phela kar ek baar desh ko tod chuke hain? Kya kehna chahte hain? Trinamool Congress ko yeh clear karna chahiye. BJP President Amit Shah

5. By encouraging infiltrators, how can we ensure security at the borders and internal security of the nation? I firmly believe #NRCAssam is for the security of the country. We will fully implement SC's judgement on it: BJP President

6. Congress TMC & other parties who are speaking against #NRCAssam should clear their stand on Bangladeshi infiltrators: Amit Shah

7. NRC has been created to protect the human rights of the Indian citizens: Amit Shah

8. Why is Opposition backing infiltrators? NDA puts the security of nation first. 40 Lakh is not the final figure

9. Whom is Mamata Bannerji scaring? She must clarify this

10. I firmly believe NRC Draft is for the security of the country. We will fully implement SC's judgement on it.