CAA won’t take a step again, protesters ought to: Shah

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Union Home Minister Amit Shah says that the federal government won’t take a step backwards relating to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Protests in opposition to this regulation proceed in lots of components of the nation. Meanwhile, addressing a rally in Lucknow, Shah stated, "I want to say again that the government is not going to back down on the CAA. Those who want to protest can continue to do so."

Shah stated that the regulation is nothing in opposition to the residents of the nation on this regulation. He attacked the opposition events for spreading lies concerning the citizenship regulation. Shah stated "There is not any provision in CAA to take citizenship of anybody. <! –

                 Lies in opposition to CAA are being unfold by Congress, SP, BSP, TMC ''.

According to a report Shah stated "At the time of Partition, Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and Jains were 30 percent in Bangladesh and 23 percent in Pakistan but today it is 7 percent and 3 percent. Where did these people go? Those who opposed the CAA I want to ask them. "

Speaking concerning the January 5 violence on the JNU campus, the Home Minister stated, "Tell me, whoever talks about cutting Bharat Mata's 1000 pieces should be put in jail or not?" If there are slogans on this nation in opposition to Bharat Mata, I’ll put you behind bars.

Home Minister Shah stated, "I challenge Rahul, Akhilesh, Mamta and Mayawati for a public forum discussion." He additionally introduced {that a} grand Ram temple will likely be constructed in Ayodhya inside three months.

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