GUWAHATI/NEW DELHI: Two days after PM Modi announced that the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016, would be passed in Parliament, allies Shiv Sena and JD(U) delivered a blow to BJP on Sunday, saying they would vote against the controversial bill. The two pledged allegiance to a campaign against the Bill launched by another BJP ally, AGP. The proposed amendment, which will allow non-Muslim migrants from Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan to seek Indian citizenship, has faced strong resistance in Assam
So, Shiv sena is voting against citizenship to Hindus from pakistan Bangaldesh etc which is going against its core vote bank
meanwhile ,BSP Welcomed Reservation For EWS of General category ,Bahujan Samaj Party welcomes reservation for economically weaker sections of upper castes, party chief Mayawati to ANI . Mayawati said It would have been better if the BJP had not taken this decision just before the end of their tenure but much earlier.
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BSP Chief Mayawati to ANI: The BSP welcomes reservation for economically weaker sections of upper castes. pic.twitter.com/8XTXMtyUvh
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