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The historic Citizenship Amendment Bill passed by the Rajya Sabha with 125 Ayes and 105 Noes

Opposition to the CAB has been rejected by both Houses of the Parliament and President Kovind will soon sign the historic Bill into law.

After a long and heated debate, voting on the Citizenship Amendment Bill in the Upper House of the Parliament (Rajya Sabha) has finally been completed. The Rajya Sabha has passed the CAB with 125 votes in favour and 105 against. The Bill will now be law once the President signs on it.

The historic Citizenship Amendment Bill, after being passed by Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha both, paves the way for hundreds and thousands of persecuted minorities from the three neighbouring countries who have been residing in India for the past many years.

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The Bill had faced intense opposition from the Congress and like-minded parties who had earlier vouched for the provisions enshrined in the Bill during past regimes before doing a complete U-Turn in 2019. Shiv Sena, a party that claims to be a Hindutva party, walked out as the voting began.

‘Activists’ and ‘Intellectuals’ had joined the liberal mob in opposition to the Bill. Numerous bizarre arguments have been made to oppose the Bill. Certain people have deemed it to be anti-Muslim even though the Bill had nothing to do with Indian Muslims.

Read: Officially anti-Hindu party: How Congress is trying to blame the Islamic concept of two nations on Hindus

There was a meltdown among the ‘Liberal’ crowd on social media after the Bill was tabled and eventually passed in the Lok Sabha. Such opposition to the Bill has been rejected by both Houses of the Parliament and President Kovind will soon sign the historic Bill into law.

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