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The Modi government has started implementing the controversial Citizenship Act

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The Modi government has started implementing the controversial Citizenship Act

India’s Union Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla giving a certificate of Indian citizenship to a woman (photo on social media).

The Modi government has taken another step to gain electoral advantage by rolling out the controversial Citizenship Act during the elections.

According to a news agency from New Delhi, the Modi government granted citizenship to 14 non-Muslim refugees under the controversial Citizenship Act.

In this regard, the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs says that 14 foreign refugees were given citizenship and oath of allegiance was taken after the documents were verified.

According to media reports, the Modi government had enacted the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act in March, a few weeks before the elections.

According to media reports, Indian citizenship is being given to non-Muslims who came from neighboring countries before December 31, 2014.

According to media reports, Muslim groups, human rights organizations and civil society have termed the controversial law as anti-Muslim.

According to media reports, the Modi government approved the controversial Citizenship Act in 2019. After its approval, dozens of people were killed and hundreds were injured in large-scale protests and riots in India.

For more updates and exciting news, you can visit the ABC Express website.

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