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Wed, 13 Nov 2019

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BJP Decided to Pass the Citizenship Amendment Bill on February 12

BJP Decided to Pass the Citizenship Amendment Bill on February 12
February 06
12:35 2019

NET Bureau

The BJP has decided to ignore the protest against the CAB in Assam and viewed it an urban middle-class phenomenon fuelled by partisan media and have decided to pass the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) on February 12.

Multiple sources of the top BJP confirmed the development saying that through a ppopular state budget and massive show of strength on the Prime Minister’s visit on February 8 shall be used to sidetep the remaining opposition.

The NDA government firmed up plans to bring the Bill after it opened negotiations with two major parties – Samajwadi Party (SP) and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) – seeking support to pass the Bill, said sources. Both the parties are likely to abstain from voting making it easier for the ruling party.

The NDA floor managers have so far managed to woo several smaller regional parties and are confident enough to sail through in the Rajya Sabha.

The BJP has decided to ignore the protest against the CAB in Assam and viewed it a urban middle class phenomenon fuelled by partisan media and have decided to pass the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) on February 12.

Multiple sources of the top BJP confirmed the development saying that through a ppopular state budget and massive show of strength on the Prime Minister’s visit on February 8 shall be used to sidetep the remaining opposition.

The NDA government firmed up plans to bring the Bill after it opened negotiations with two major parties – Samajwadi Party (SP) and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) – seeking support to pass the Bill, said sources. Both the parties are likely to abstain from voting making it easier for the ruling party.

The NDA floor managers have so far managed to woo several smaller regional parties and are confident enough to sail through in the Rajya Sabha.

Source: Pratidin Time

 

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