Following the passage of the Citizenship Amendment Bill and subsequent protests in the North-Eastern region, PM Narendra Modi on Thursday tried to assure people that the Citizenship Act will not hamper the spirit and interests of the region.
The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill was passed by Rajya Sabha on Wednesday and by Lok Sabha on Monday.
Partition imposed on minorities of Pakistan, temples, churches, gurdwaras vandalised: Here is what Modi said
PM Modi asked the public not to be misled by the Congress, which he said had promised relief to persecuted minorities but had never done anything for them.
JDU to act against Prashant Kishor and Pavan Verma over their statements against Citizenship Amendment Bill: Reports
Unhappy over the comments made by the senior leaders of the party - Prashant Kishor and Pavan Verma over the issue of party's support to the Citizenship Amendment Bill, the JDU has reportedly sent notices to both leaders
‘Like a bird who has been freed from a cage’ says Hindu refugee from Majnu Ka Tila on CAB: OpIndia Exclusive
The refugees said that they have come to India nearly a decade back with a valid visa issued by the Indian government. The refugees added that they had to leave their relatives in Pakistan and come to India because religious persecution in the Islamic nation had made their lives difficult.
Majnu Ka Tila: Hindu refugee family from Pakistan name their daughter ‘Nagrikta (Citizenship)’, father says she is ‘India’s daughter’
Many residents of Majnu Ka Tila in the national capital said that the bill if cleared, will help them get Indian citizenship and finally bring an end to their life in exile.
Majnu ka Tila: Uncertainty looms over 700 Pakistani Hindu refugees’ future as NGT directs authorities to remove encroachments
NGT reprimanded the Delhi authorities for allowing such encroachments in Majnu ka Tila and directed authorities to remove the settlements
OpIndia Exclusive: Pakistani Hindu refugees unceremoniously removed from Delhi govt school after being given admission
According to Gulsher, after agreeing to admit the children, Delhi government school officials said that they cannot admit them because they were 'too old'.
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