In the run-up to the Assam Assembly elections, state BJP president\u00a0Ranjeet Kumar Dass\u00a0said that the party will soon implement\u00a0Citizenship Amendment Act\u00a0(CAA). \u201cAssam\u00a0election campaign is in full swing. But top BJP leaders are keeping a distance from the issue of\u00a0CAA, as after its approval from Parliament,\u00a0Assam\u00a0witnessed a lot of protests against the law,\u201d Dass said while speaking to the media in Majuli. In addition, the state BJP chief said, \u201cWe have passed the Bill in the Parliament and we stand by it. Once the regulation for it is completed, and if we come back to power in\u00a0Assam, we will implement\u00a0CAA. There is no question of going back on the issue even during election time.\u201d \u201cThere will be no impact (of\u00a0CAA) on Assembly elections and the people of\u00a0Assam\u00a0had earlier displayed it. When the citizenship issue was at its peak, we had participated in the panchayat polls, asking people to question us if any foreigner enters\u00a0Assam. We bagged the highest number of seats in that election.\u00a0CAA\u00a0issue had cropped up even during the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, but the BJP succeeded in increasing its tally from seven to nine seats,\u201d he mentioned. The BJP state chief claimed that the\u00a0CAA\u00a0is not an issue in the upcoming Assembly elections in the state as people will vote logically, not emotionally. He said that they were convinced that not a single foreigner can illegally settle in\u00a0Assam\u00a0as long as the BJP is in power in the state.