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Citizenship Amendment Bill faces Rajya Sabha test: How the numbers stack up

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 10 December 2019
In the Upper House, NDA has 94 members and it will have to garner the support of at least 121 members to get the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019 passed. AIADMK, JD(U) and Akali Dal have 11, 6 and 3 members respectively. Besides, BJD with 7 MPs, and YSR Congress and TDP with 2 each are backing the Bill. The BJP has 83 members in Rajya Sabha.
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