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MHA receives a seventh extension to draught CAA rules.

The CAA’s rules have not yet been drafted, hence the law has not yet been put into effect.

Officials announced on Saturday that the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has been given a seventh extension to develop guidelines for the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

After approaching the parliamentary committees, the ministry received consent from the Rajya Sabha for the following six months, and it is understood that they are currently awaiting approval from the Lok Sabha.

Parliament approved the citizenship reform Bill on December 11, 2019. The following day, it received the President’s approval and was then informed by the Home Ministry.

The CAA’s rules have not yet been drafted, hence the law has not yet been put into effect.

The Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha parliamentary committees on subordinate laws gave the Home Ministry an extension until December 31, 2022 and January 9, 2023, respectively. “We have contacted the legislative committees to request extra time. An MHA official stated, “We have received clearance from the Rajya Sabha and, hopefully, will also receive approval from the Lok Sabha.

The Manual on Parliamentary Work states that rules for any law must be drafted within six months after the President’s assent unless an extension is requested from the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha committees on subordinate legislation. The MHA requested time from the Parliamentary committees six times because it was unable to frame guidelines within six months of the CAA’s passage. In June 2020, the initial extension was approved.


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