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Scale of protests over CAA show decline; SC to examine constitutional validity

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 18 December 2019
Police and paramilitary personnel carried out a flag march in Delhi's north east area, even as the scale of protests over the Citizenship Amendment Act showed a decline across the country on Wednesday, and the Supreme Court decided to examine the constitutional validity of the contentious act but refused to stay its implementation.
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