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CAA internal matter of India, will continue to remain engaged with European Parliament members: MEA

IndiaTimes Thursday, 30 January 2020
Asserting that the CAA is an internal matter of India, the MEA said it has noted the EU Parliament's decision to not put to vote a resolution on the citizenship law and will continue to engage with the MEPs on the issue. The MEA said India has noted European Commission's clarification that the EU Parliament's views don't reflect the official position of the grouping.
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