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Congress unable to differentiate between infiltrators & refugees

Patna, Dec 8 (UNI) Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi today said that
the Congress was unable to make out difference between infiltrators and refugees
only for the sake of their vote bank.
Mr Modi lashed out at the stand of Congress over Citizenship Amendment Bill
and said here that the Congress and their like minded political friends were
intentionally not making any difference between the unwanted infiltrators and
Hindu- Christian refugees facing discrimination in the name of religion.
He said Prime Minister Narendra Modi with his stand on Article 370 and on Triple
Talaq issue indicated the strong will power of the government over such contentious
issues in the interest of the country.
Mr Modi hoped that the citizenship amendment bill would also be passed with this
will power.
With the passage of this bill lakhs of refugees who were forced to leave their state
would get the dignity of being Indian citizen, he added.
UNI RS BM
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