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Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2019 introduced in Lok Sabha

IndiaTimes Monday, 9 December 2019
Introducing the bill, Union home minister Amit Shah said the Congress "divided" the country on the basis of religion and that is why it was necessary to bring the bill. "This bill is not even .001 per cent against minorities. It is against infiltrators," he said.
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News video: Citizenship Amendment Bill passed by Lok Sabha at midnight | OneIndia News

Citizenship Amendment Bill passed by Lok Sabha at midnight | OneIndia News 01:28

THE LOK SABHA PASSED THE CITIZENSHIP AMENDMENT BILL AT THE STROKE OF MIDNIGHT AFTER NEARLY 7 HOURS OF INTENSE DEBATE. THE CONTROVERSIAL LEGISLATION WAS PASSED BY THE LOWER HOUSE WITH 311 VOTES IN FAVOUR OF THE BILL AND 80 VOTES AGAINST. THE BILL SEEKS TO PROVIDE CITIZENSHIP TO PERSECUTED MINORITIES...

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