Indian Home Minister Amit Shah today reiterated that the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, which gives Indian citizenship to “persecuted” religious minorities from Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan, saying the law would be implemented once the Covid-19 pandemic ends.
Protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) took a violent turn in northeast Delhi, killing seven people so far, just as US President Donald Trump is completing his first official visit to the country, reports The Statesman. Reader discretion is advised, as some of the images may disturb or offend some people.
In a video released by Jamia Co-ordination Committee yesterday, Delhi police officers can be seen beating up students in the library of Jamia Millia Islamia University on December 15 last year.
National Register of Citizens-Citizen Amendment Act (NRC-CAA) that takes centre stage at Kolkata derby football match.
Union Home Minister of India Amit Shah says the government will not budge an inch on its decision to implement the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) despite the opposition parties’ criticism of the law..