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CAA protest LIVE Updates: Minister Hardeep Puri makes case for CAA after attack on Nankana Sahib

Amid the controversy over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in Kerala between the state government and the governor, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Saturday said that thet he has written to CMs of 11 states requesting their intervention on the contentious Act. Vijayan in a tweet mentioned as to why they are resisting the CAA. “CAA is fundamentally discriminatory in nature and is antithetical to our constitutional values,” he said. Meanwhile, the blame on radical Muslim outfit, Popular Front of India, for inciting violence during the anti-CAA protests is getting stronger as now, after Uttar Pradesh, even Assam is planning to write to the Centre seeking a ban on it. On the othe hand, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday declared that the Centre will not budge an inch on implementation of the CAA as the political acrimony over the new law grew intense with West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee asking if Prime Minister Narendra Modi was an “ambassador’ of Pakistan.

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