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Maharashtra cadre IPS officer quits protesting against CAB

By Indian Mandarins- 12 Dec 2019
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Protesting against Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019, a Maharashtra cadre IPS officer Abdur Rahman has resigned from the service for calling it blatantly communal and unconstitutional. Rahman posted as Special IGP to the State Human Rights Commission in Mumbai issued a statement saying he won't be attending office from December 12, 2019.

Rahman tweeted last night: "The #CitizenshipAmendmentBill2019 is against the basic feature of the Constitution. I condemn this Bill. In civil disobedience, I have decided not to attend office from tomorrow. I am finally quitting the service." The second tweet said: "This Bill is against the religious pluralism of India. I request all justice loving people to oppose the bill in a democratic manner. It runs against the very basic feature of the Constitution."

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