Oppn Parties Fuelling Protests Against CAA: MoS Home GK Reddy

He also claims that the situation in the country is normal, except in a few places in Delhi and Lucknow.

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Protesters hold placards as they raise slogans during a demonstration against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act at Mandi House on 19 December.
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Union Minister G Kishan Reddy on Thursday, 19 December, accused opposition parties of fuelling protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act by inciting students, women and others in the name of religion.

He also asserted that the situation in the country is normal, except in a few places in Delhi and Lucknow, where violent protests were witnessed.

Catch all the live updates on the protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act here.

"Some political parties are fuelling protests against Citizenship (Amendment) Act. They are inciting women, students and others in the name of religion," he told reporters here.

The Union minister of state for home made it clear that the new law will give citizenship to non-Muslim refugees from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan and will not snatch anyone's Indian nationality.

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