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Congress demands withdrawal of invoked NSA

The Congress demanded that the government “immediately withdraws” the National Security Act (NSA) invoked in the state from the second week of December for three months.

Congress working president and MP Francisco Sardinha said that in a democracy, there is no need to invoke the NSA in the state. “Why has the BJP invoked the NSA to threaten people? If somebody has done wrong, he/she can be punished through the existing rules.”

Stating that there are enough rules to punish the bad people, Sardinha said, “The implementing authorities should be serious and use them with the wisdom at the proper time. There is no need for vindictive rules in the state. We need more accountable people to use the existing rules to punish people who are detrimental to the well-being of members of the society.”

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