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Indian Union Muslim League files writ petition in Supreme Court against Citizenship Amendment Bill

DNA Thursday, 12 December 2019
A day after Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2019 was passed in Rajya Sabha, the Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) have filed a writ petition against the bill in the Supreme Court on Thursday.
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News video: Citizenship Amendment Bill: Indian Union Muslim League moves SC, calls it unconstitutional

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CONTROVERSIAL CITIZENSHIP AMENDMENT BILL FACES SC TEST, INDIAN UNION MUSLIM LEAGUE CHALLENGES CAB IN SC, PETITION AGAINST CITIZENSHIP AMENDMENT BILL IN SC, ALL EYES ON SC STAND ON CITIZENSHIP AMENDMENT BILL #CitizenshipAmendmentBill

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