While India is blazing with the anti-CAA protests, the issue has been gaining traction on international media. Though a few of the supreme leaders refused to respond over the protests going on in the country, a couple chose to condemn the bill and the riots followed by.
In a recent revelation, the British government has described CAA as a ‘clearly decisive’. In an open debate at House of Lords, the British government expressed concerns over the protests and minority rights in India. Speaking on behalf of the British government, Conservative life peer Baroness Sugg, minister of overseas territories opined that the Modi-led government failed to restrain the on-going protests across the nation.
“The UK government has concerns about the impact of the legislation on the law and order in the country. There is no doubt that this act has been divisive in this nation,” said Baroness. He also urged the Indian government to act with restraint and proportionality.