The Citizenship Amendment Act protests, also known as CAA Protest or CAB Protest, occurred after the Citizenship Amendment Act was enacted by the Government of India on 12 December 2019. Does the CAA discriminate against Muslims? Together, with the NRC, will it exclude the Muslims and aid the RSS-BJP project of a Hindu. The Citizenship Amendment Act (Bill) protests, also known as CAA Protest or CAB Protest, occurred after the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) was enacted by the Government of India on 12 December 2019. CAA is applicable for illegal migrants residing in India and does not apply to any Indian citizen at all. Indian Muslims could be badly affected by CAA+NRC, because those Muslims who do not have the documents required to prove their citizenship in a nationwide NRC could be declared as illegal migrants and they would not be able to use CAA, like non-Muslim Indians perhaps could, to get citizenship by lying and claiming that. The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019, when viewed in combination with the Modi government's intention to compile a National Register of Citizens (NRC).