New Delhi: The Centre’s notification has been challenged by non-Muslims from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan to apply for Indian citizenship for stay in 13 districts of Gujarat, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Haryana and Punjab. He has approached the Supreme Court. The interim petition contends that the Center is acting against the assurance given to the Supreme Court in this regard by challenging the constitutional validity of the provisions of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), 2019 by IEML. The interim petition claims that the Center is taking contradictory action to the assurance given to the Supreme Court in this regard that the constitutional validity of the provisions of the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 It is against the adjournment petition filed by the challenging IMUL. The petition states that the Center had assured that the CAA rules are yet to be decided, so there is no need to restrain them. CAA to grant Indian citizenship to non-Muslim minorities including Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis and Christians coming to India due to religious persecution from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh till December 31, 2014 The latest petition states that the Union Home Ministry on Friday passed the Citizenship Act 1955 in this regard Issued notification for immediate implementation of the order as per rules made under 2009 while rules under CAA have come into force in 2019. It has been prepared by the Ministry of Home Affairs. According to the petition, it is illegal and against the provisions of the law.