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Union Home Minister Amit Shah to table Citizenship Amendment Bill in Lok Sabha tomorrow

DNA Sunday, 8 December 2019
The Opposition alleges that the bill targets Muslims and is at odds with the secular principles enshrined in the Constitution as it excludes a community.
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