To hell with CAA protests, time to stand by our religiously persecuted brothers and sisters from Pakistan

While we talk about the protests and the amended citizenship law, we should not forget the pain of the persecuted minorities in Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan

The violence around the citizenship law is a classic case of what a fake narrative by a desperate opposition can do. While the reckless protesters destroy public property, does even one person take a moment to try and feel the pain of the persecuted minorities in Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan?

Should these persons who have been abused, tortured and raped live like second rate citizens in India as well. The Citizenship (Amendment) Act has come as a blessing to these persons, who will finally have a home that they can call theirs.

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2019: Paving the way for the persecuted and passage of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill

citizenship11New Delhi, Dec 14: After the abrogation of Article 370, that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir, the next major call that was taken by the Narendra Modi government was the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill.

The BJP said that history had been created after the Bill was passed easily both in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.

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Citizenship (Amendment) Bill: India set to give a home for persecuted Hindus

amit-shah-parliament1New Delhi, Dec 05: Amidst the debate around the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, the experts say that it is much welcome.

The persecuted Hindus from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh, will now have a country of their own.