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04 January 2020 Current Events Home Minister Said Government will not Bunch an Inch from CAA

On Friday, the Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the government will not move an inch from its decision to implement the Citizenship Amendment Act even in defiance of the criticism of the law. He further accused the Congress and other opposition parties to spread misinformation about CAA. Opposition parties have condemned the amendment. Shah also said that Congress of playing "vote-bank" politics. 


Home Minister Said Government will not Bunch an Inch from CAA

On Friday, the Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the government will not move an inch from its decision to implement the Citizenship Amendment Act even in defiance of the criticism of the law. He further accused the Congress and other opposition parties to spread misinformation about CAA. Opposition parties have condemned the amendment. Shah also said that Congress of playing "vote-bank" politics. 




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