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Union Minorities Affairs Minister Muktar Abbas Naqvi yesterday said the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) will not be rolled back and it is in force across the country including Jammu and Kashmir. He was speaking to media in Hyderabad on the sidelines of ‘Hunar Haat’ inaugurated in Hyderabad at Necklace Road. 

The Minister has alleged that the opposition parties have ganged up to mislead the nation and they are trying to create panic among a section of the country. Referring to the remarks of some opposition leaders including Mamata Benrajee that the respective states will have their own law, he said, they should better understand the Constitution of India properly.

He made it clear that the CAA will not pose threat to the citizenship on anyone in the country. He also assured Indian Muslim community that they are part of the country and no citizen of the country will be affected due to implementation of the CAA.

Earlier, Mr Naqvi along with Telangana Home Minister Mohammad Mohamood Ali visited each stall set up at the Hunar Haat exhibition and enquired with the craftsmen came from around the country about their business opportunities. He said the Hunar Haat, is becoming the certified brand of craftsmen and it is not only providing employment but also helping the craftsmanship to flourish. 

He further said the Hunar Haat is helping craftsmen for finding markets and strengthening them to rejuvenate their hereditary art forms. Held by Union Minorities Affairs ministry, the exhibition will continue till 19th of this month. About 125 stalls have been set up at Hunar Haat in which about 250 Craftsmen displayed their crafts. The next Hunar Haat will be held at Chandigadh from 20th of this month and from 8th February at Indore. 




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Indian Says:
If CAA is not rollback then govt need to roll back.

Comment posted on January 13 2020
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