India’s two controversial bills: anti farmer and anti terror

Gujarat Congress today requested Pranab Mukherjee not to grant assent relating to Land ceiling and anti-terror activities. India’s two controversial bills have announced by BJP government. It is not controversial actually but opposing party named it. Let see what is it? Read more about India’s two controversial bills.

India’s two controversial bills:

What is GCTOC Bill 2015?

Gujarat Control of Organized Crime bill (GCTOC), 2015 carries anti terror laws such as Terrorist and disruptive activities. It seems to be modeled on the provision of the Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act (MCOCA), 1999. These policies are running slowly because regular process is outline by the code of situation. It is not enough to deal with internal security. The main question rises why opposing party did not sought for MCOCA Bill, 1999? Why they are only intervening BJP policies? Gujarat Control of Terrorism and Organized Crime (GCTOC) bill, 2015 was passed by Centre and forwarded to Pranab Mukherjee for assent. But in between congress members sought their intervention to strike down the Gujarat. Congress party also urges president not to pass Gujarat land Bill which is Land acquisition bill.

Conclusion: India’s two controversial bills

India’s two controversial bills
India’s two controversial bills

India is a democratic country and we are part of it. Only we have right to select and reject party whether BJP or Congress. It is well known that criticism always existed in democratic societies. But As a citizen I am not against of land acquisition bill. As a citizen I am not against of GCTOC bill. They, why other parties are assuming it as against democracy and rights? Or they just want to be a part of criticism. They want to full-fill personal agenda more than country’s development. Is it true or I am under illusion? I request you to favor only what is right in the case of government policies and actions. What do you think is it anti farmer or anti terror? Is it controversial bills? I urge you to give your opinion on India’s two controversial bills in Comment below.

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