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PM praises Amit Shah's speech in Rajya Sabha

IndiaTimes Monday, 5 August 2019
Home minister Amit Shah accurately highlighted the "monumental injustices" of the past and presented the government's vision for the people of J&K in Rajya Sabha, PM Modi said on Monday after the revoking of Article 370. Sharing Shah's speech on his Twitter handle, Modi said the views put forth by the home minister were "extensive and insightful."
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Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday moved in Rajya Sabha for Parliament’s approval a resolution to scrap the provisions of Article 370 of the Constitution on a date to be decided by the President.

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