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Debate on CAA: Owaisi challenges Amit Shah, Says Argue with the bearded man

Debate on CAA: Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi challenges Amit Shah, Says Argue with the bearded man

On the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), Asaduddin Owaisi has challenged Indian Union Home Minister Amit Shah to discuss. The famous Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi, when Union Home Minister Amit Shah tested Akhilesh, Rahul, and Mamata to discuss the CAA, said why he would contend with him, banter me (bearded man).

In fact, Amit Shah had openly challenged the debate on the citizenship law during a rally in Lucknow on Tuesday.

Addressing a public meeting in Karimnagar, he said he is ready to debate the citizenship law, NPR and NRC. He said that you should argue with me. Why argue with them? The debate should be with a bearded person. They tried to point Prime Minister Narender Modi as a bearded man. I can debate the CAA (Citizenship Amendment Act), NPR (National Population Register) and The NRC (National Register Of Citizens).

In fact, the CAA and the NRC are being charged that it is discriminatory with Muslims. The government is denying the allegation. During a rally in support of the CAA in Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), Amit Shah had said that the opposition is spreading confusion and rioting on the issue.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah, while targeting opposition parties opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), challenged him on Tuesday to oppose those who have to oppose, but the CAA is not going to return.

Shah said at a public meeting held in Lucknow in support of the CAA that I have introduced this bill in the Lok Sabha.

I would like to ask the opponents to discuss this Bill publicly. If it can take the citizenship of any person, prove it. He said that confusion is being spread against the CAA in the country, riots are being carried out.

There is no provision for taking any citizenship anywhere in the CAA, there is a provision for granting citizenship. I have come to say today on the dumper injury that whoever has to oppose, the CAA is not going to revoke.

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