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I am also an Indian, says JDU MLC who participated in protest against Citizenship (Amendment) Act

ByRachita Singh

Dec 14, 2019
I am also an Indian, says JDU MLC who participated in protest against Citizenship (Amendment) Act




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December 14, 2019 14:51 First

Patna (Bihar) [India], 14 December (ANI): MLC Ghulam Rasul Balayavi of Janata Dal (United), who participated in the protest against The Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, which was supported by his party in Parliament, said he would do anything Was an Indian before. other.
Talking to reporters on joining the protest by Adara-e-Sharia against the Act, Balliavi said: “Adara-e-Sharia is an independent organization and I am its president. I need to be there as president … I should not be a pain in the hearts of the people of the country… before any post. ”
According to party sources, after the protest, Baliyavi also received a call from the Bihar Chief Minister’s Office.
When asked to comment, Balliavi said: “We keep talking to each other. I also call him.”
Earlier, similar contradictory views were echoed against the party’s stance on CAA, also by JDU leaders Prashant Kishore and Pawan Verma.
The Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 seeks to grant Indian citizenship to Hindu, Christian, Sikh, Buddhist and Parsi community refugees fleeing religious persecution from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh, and in India on or before December 31, 2014 Entered.
Meanwhile, BJP MLC and former Union Minister Sanjay Pawan said that JDU chief Nitish Kumar should speak on the party’s stance on the Act.
“Prashant Kishore is not a political strategist, not a political activist. Whatever RCP Singh said should be the stand of the JDU party. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who is the JDU chief, should speak clearly on this. Baliavi is a Muslim. But a statement can be made, Hum. Sympathize with them. BJP is hurt by Kishore’s statement that he gave as TMC, Shiv Sena and AAP strategist. (ANI)

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