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Citizenship law will be implemented, so will be NRC: Nadda after meeting refugees from Afghanistan

IndiaTimes Thursday, 19 December 2019
Nadda made these remarks here after meeting Sikh refugees from Afghanistan, who under the amended act will become Indian citizens, and also slammed the opposition for protesting against the new legislation. He said BJP's rivals are protesting for vote bank politics while ignoring the plight of minorities of three neighbouring countries living in India.
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