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Mr @AmitShah why is this bill so important to you that you will allow the deaths of YOUR citizens, whom YOU have sworn to protect? And all this to allow YOU to get some non-citizens in from other countries?

So are you saying that you care more about those non-Indians
So much so that it’s ok with you and your party if your real citizens who are actually here in India, are killed on your watch?
Who exactly elected you? The people of those foreign countries or the people of India? Who has given you a mandate? Those who are not even here yet, or those who have lived under your regime for so many years?
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Every day in the morning & evening during the WALKING TIME ...citizens should come out into public places & parks with black headbands /armbands / badges/ posters saying #IndiaRejectsCAB . Formal protests are being discouraged by not giving permissions / very less time !
Innovate. Coordinate . Cooperate. Civil society & politicians ! Now or never !
No time to bicker & fight or point fingers . Ask political parties to send support without their political identity...they should support public with resources & connections...time for DUTY.
2019 elections ...opposition didnt unite & let citizens down .
Demand from them to defeat BJP in this exercise for INDIA...not calculate electoral gains or losses ! DEMAND for them to support unconditionally & gain citizens confidence.

BAHUT HUA SAMMAN ! IN BEIMAANO KA !
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Asaduddin Owaisi calling Amit Shah, "Hitler", in parliament has to be the high point of pretty much the worst day in the history of Democratic India today.

"When oppression becomes law, resistance becomes duty"

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July 1933 - Nazi Germany
With the goal of excluding Jews from having full citizenship rights an Advisory Committee for Population and Race Policy met at the ministry of the Interior to discuss a new citizenship law
What followed was the Denaturalization Law passed on July 14. As a result of this law, the Reich government could take away the citizenship of those who were deemed "undesirable", applying to anyone who had been given citizenship by the Weimar government.
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