The clarification came from Union Minister of State for Home Affairs G Kishan Reddy who also said that the Centre will keep sensitising states over NPR.
The ministers also said the central government will keep sensitising the state governments about various aspects of the NPR.
The war of words about allocation of Central funds began when the saffron party issued statements that of the Rs 2000 being distributed as pension in Telangana, Rs 1800 came from the Centre.
Meanwhile, denying the allegations made by the agitators, Arvind’s supporters said that the leader has been giving tickets to candidates only on the basis of a thorough survey.
The Minister said that some institutions which groomed children for engineering and medicine entrances had reduced them to bookworms and it was time to bring about a change in the education system.
Recalling the Independence- Day speech of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said that one way of involving common man in governance was by strengthening local governments.
For the first time in country’s history, the BJP government had allocated gram panchayat funds to the Jammu and Kashmir.
Union Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy apprised the delegation that the newly-enacted legislation is not against any Indian and is based on a perfect rationale and objective premise.
While launching the ‘Gruha Sampark Abhiyan’ (awareness on Citizenship Amendment Act-2019) programme here on Sunday, he slammed the opposition parties for opposing the CAA.
During a campaign in Secunderabad, Reddy slammed the Congress party for what he called provoking people on Citizenship Act and the proposed NRC.
The minister also claimed that former Congress president Rahul Gandhi knows no difference between the CAA and GST.
Stating that the CAA was not against any Indian Citizen, the Union minister said there has been a misinformation campaign against the Act
No matter how many processions and rallies are taken out, CAA will be implemented at any cost as it is not against any Indian citizen, the Mos Home said.
Dikshit said that more than half of the police forces in the country are 'corrupt' while also asserting that they or the paramilitary forces raise slogans on nationalism to get away with misdeeds.
The response comes a day after AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi met Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and requested him to stay the work on updation of NPR on the lines of Kerala.