Violent protests unfortunate, CAA doesn't affect any Indian citizen: PM Narendra Modi
Monday, 16 December 2019
PM Modi termed the violent protests against Citizenship Act "unfortunate and deeply distressing" and said, "I want to unequivocally assure my fellow Indians that CAA does not affect any citizen of India of any religion. No Indian has anything to worry...This Act is only for those who have faced years of persecution outside and have no other place to go except India."
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