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The other reasons mentioned by the government in getting the amendment passed in the two Houses in less than 10 days all lack any real basis.
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As highlighted in the report, the lack of a clear strategy and conflicting objectives has dogged the war from the outset.
After being passed by both the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, it remains a mere formality for the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill to finally become a law.
The fact that they are led by a mendacious monstrosity doesn’t seem to matter.
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