The diktat has stark similarity with the sterilisation drive forced on people during the national emergency in 1975 under the Indira Gandhi-led Congress government.
The third tweet had Article 19, which enlists the Protection of Right to Freedom, under which freedom of speech, of peaceful assembly without arms, forming associations, among others, are enlisted.
Kerala and Punjab Assemblies have passed a resolution against the Act calling it unconstitutional. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and AIMIM Chief Asaduddeen Owaisi are also opposing the Act tooth and nail.
Soon after Amit Shah taking charge as party president for the full term, BJP faced disastrous defeat in Delhi and Bihar, at the hands of Arvind Kejriwal and Mahagathbandhan respectively.
Jagat Prakash Nadda was elected unopposed as the national president of the Bharatiya Janata Party following party's organisational poll process. He will succeed Amit Shah, the current Home Minister.
Nadda had assured them that the Centre would make all possible efforts to speed up the process of granting them citizenship and will also set up help desks near refugee camps in the near future.
Revocation/Abrogation of Article 370 and 35A was probably the biggest decision, backed up by Jammu and Kashmir (Reorganisation) Act and Jammu and Kashmir Reservation Act. Repealing Article 370 meant the state no longer enjoyed special status and was brought at par with other Union Territories.
It is commemorated by the Christian community and others across the globe by singing carols and exchanging gifts as the festival aims to spread the message of peace and prosperity.
During an interview with a TV channel, the NCP chief on Monday said that the Prime Minister, during a meeting at Parliament last month, had asked him to ally with the BJP and be a part of the government at the Centre and Maharashtra.
The Congress leader was agitated over Thakur's remark in praise of Nathuram Godse, the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi during a discussion in Parliament on Special Protection Group (SPG) Bill on Wednesday.