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A Magnificent Ram Mandir Will Be Constructed In 4 Months In Ayodhya, Says Amit Shah

Mumbai: Slamming Indian National Congress and its leader Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that a magnificent Ram Mandhir would be built within four months.

Shah said in a public meeting here, “Kapil Sibal, Congress lawyer, said that Ram temple should not be built. Sibal Bhai, protest as much as you can. In four months, there will be a grand Ram temple constructed there.”

Shah started attacking Congress leaders for opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), saying that the promise of granting citizenship to the refugees was promised by Mahatma Gandhi and that his government would not stop until the citizen’s Non-citizens are not given. Muslim refugees from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh.

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Shah said, “In July 1947, Mahatma Gandhi said that the Hindu brothers, who were built to flee Pakistan and those who stayed, should know that whenever they decide to come, India will be their Ready to welcome and support them.”

“Rahul Baba, won’t you listen to Mahatma Gandhi too? Leave it, because you left Mahatma Gandhi long ago. Your great-grandfather, Jawaharlal Nehru, also said that (India) is all for providing relief, rehabilitation and citizenship.” He will do something. He said that refugees from Pakistan, who have come and who will come. Will, you do not listen to them too?

The Home Minister said that the maximum number of refugees from the three countries were Dalits, who had come to India to seek asylum after facing atrocities in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan.

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The Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 gives citizenship to Hindu, Sikh, Jain, Parsi, Buddhist and Christian refugees from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh who came to India on or before December 31, 2014.

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