Amit shah takes jibe,says during Manmohan Singh’s term “Alimia,Malia,Jamalia” attacked India

Under the CAA there was no provision to take away the citizenship of anyone, even belonging to a minority community, said the Home Minister Amit Shah

New Delhi: Home Minister Amit Shah, in his latest statement attacking the Congress and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, commented that earlier, “Aalia-Malia-Jamalia” used to come from Pakistan every day and “kill Indian jawans“, but the BJP stopped this. PM Narendra Modi taught Pakistan a lesson by striking on its territory, Shah said.

“Congress ruled for 10 years. Sonia Gandhi-Manmohan Singh’s government was in power. Pakistan se har roz aalia-malia-jamalia ghus jaate the, hamare jawanon ke sar kaat ke le jaate the, aur desh ke Pradhan Mantri ke muh se uff nahi nikalta tha. (Every day an ‘Aalia-Malia-Jamalia‘ from Pakistan used to cross over, behead our soldiers and India’s Prime Minister wouldn’t say a word),” said Amit Shah, addressing a rally in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, to mark two years in power in the state.

“They had left the border open. When PM Narendra Modi came to power, Pakistan thought things would continue like this. They didn’t realize that this is no Congress government and this is the BJP government. Mauni Baba (silent) Manmohan Singh was not PM anymore, Narendra Modi, of the 56-inch chest, had become Prime Minister. They made blunders by attacking Uri, Pulwama. But the Modi government showed them, by carrying out the surgical strike, airstrike. We entered their home and attacked terrorists operating there,” Shah said.

Amid protests over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), the National Population Register (NPR) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC) – which activists and opposition parties fear will be used as a weapon to target Muslims – Mr. Shah clarified and also threw a challenge at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.

“No one will be stripped of their citizenship. The Congress and company are spreading rumors that the citizenship of the minorities will be taken away with the Citizenship Amendment Act,” he said.

“I challenge Rahul Gandhi to show even one clause in the Act that has any provision to take away the citizenship of anyone,” he added.

Under the CAA there was no provision to take away the citizenship of anyone, even belonging to a minority community, said the Home Minister Amit Shah.

The CAA is the first-ever law to make faith a criterion for citizenship. The central government says the law will help non-Muslim migrants from three neighboring countries become Indian citizens if they fled religious persecution and entered India before 2015.

Activists, students, opposition parties and other agitators say the law discriminates against Muslims and is against the secular principles of the constitution.

The NPR, sanctioned by the central government earlier this week, is being considered by critics to be a precursor to the NRC, an exercise to identify illegal migrants. Protests against the NPR and NRC revolve around concerns that along with the new citizenship Amendment Act, will be used as a weapon to target Muslims.

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