The Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC), Chairman Rajendra Agarwal tabled the recommendation on Citizenship (Amendment) Bill on Monday, amid pandemonium.
Barring a few minor changes, the JPC recommended for introduction of the original form of the proposed legislation, which seeks to grant Indian nationality to people belonging to minority communities, other than Muslims in Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
The final report of 440 pages will decide the faith of the indigenous people of the state.
The Bill will be passed in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday that is january 8, which is the last day of the Parliament’s Winter Session.
Immediately after the recommendation was tabled the Lower House witnessed an unruly scene with the Opposition creating a ruckus.
Even as JPC submitted the report, there are massive protests being staged across the state as well as in New Delhi. KMSS has staged a naked protest in the national capital opposing the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Bill.
Amid the pandemonium, the House was adjourned till 12:30 pm.