Protection of Human Rights of Emigrants (with emphasis on CAA and Constitutional validity) 

Subhra Kamal Borah
Student of Law, UPES, Dehradun, India

Volume III, Issue IV, 2020

All together the start of 2020 can be highlighted to two of these events, the first one being Anti-CAA protests all around the world in addition to which the world saw its first global modern day pandemic named as the SARS COVID-19 outbreak. The former left a big dent in our public service department and left us all questioning whether we are “safe” in our own country. The police has been accused of being hypocrites owned by the politicians specially by one of the most controversial department of the govt of India that is the home ministry as headed by Mr Amit Shah.Many even went forward to say that he is a modern day Hitler and his party(Bharatiya Janata Party) showcase all the traits of a Pre-Nazi Germany just before the holocaust. International communities have come forward in solidarity to support rising human rights groups all around the vast sub continent and a proper legal analysis was of utmost importance as a legal practitioner to be the future of this country.