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RS passes bill to amend SPG Act, no political vendetta, says Shah

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 3 December 2019
The Rajya Sabha on Tuesday passed a bill to amend the Act governing the elite-Special Protection Group with home minister Amit Shah rejecting the opposition's charge of political vendetta. During a debate in Rajya Sabha, he asserted that the government was concerned about security of all 130 crore Indians and not just the Gandhi family.
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