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There is a new law regarding granting persecuted minority's from India's neighbouring countries the right to move to India and seek citizenship. 

However the law excludes Muslims from comming to India. 

There's been some protests about this in India. Anyone think it's a good they have done this? 

Muslims have been complaining that their people have been excluded. 

 

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From Sikh's point of view law is very good. All those Afghan and Pakistani Sikh's which are in india upto 31st December 2014 will be granted citizenship. Unfortunately stupid Amrinder Singh has said that CAA will not be implemented in Punjab. 

 

As far muslims are concerned they are taking their frustration out against Modi Government. 

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6 hours ago, Big_Tera said:

There is a new law regarding granting persecuted minority's from India's neighbouring countries the right to move to India and seek citizenship. 

However the law excludes Muslims from comming to India. 

There's been some protests about this in India. Anyone think it's a good they have done this? 

Muslims have been complaining that their people have been excluded. 

 

This is just another stupid move from the Bhamans in Delhi.  They are showing the world how intolerant and uneducated they really are.  Surely someone would have told them there are Political Asylum Laws, which are already in place that protect people from persecution from the countries they have fled.  Political Asylum covers all levels of threat whether that be religious persecution, threat from the state, threat from family disputes or threat from everyday Joe Bloggs.  These threats are also applicable to Muslims whether they live in Muslim countries or not.  So how on earth are the Muslims who are facing threats excluded from this Law.

Also the protests are not one sided from angry Muslims, there are protests from Indian Hindu nationals who are worried about the economic implications of mass Citizenship from the neighbouring countries.  

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7 hours ago, Big_Tera said:

There is a new law regarding granting persecuted minority's from India's neighbouring countries the right to move to India and seek citizenship. 

However the law excludes Muslims from comming to India. 

There's been some protests about this in India. Anyone think it's a good they have done this? 

Muslims have been complaining that their people have been excluded. 

 

Afghanistan and Pakistan minorities are minuscule.

The pressing concern is from Bangladesh. The neighbouring states in the North East and Assam are worried about being swamped even further. 

I think that India has to face up to what it really is which is a Hindu state. 

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8 hours ago, TigerForce1 said:

Also the protests are not one sided from angry Muslims, there are protests from Indian Hindu nationals who are worried about the economic implications of mass Citizenship from the neighbouring countries.  

There are already 1.3 BILLION people in India. You could fit another 10 million, and that's not even a 1% increase.

I doubt there are 10 million Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, etc. in neighboring countries who want to flood into India.

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Why can't affluent Muslim Arab countries take them in? 

I mean, given all the oil money and the way that so many of them ride around in central London in super expensive cars, it's not like they are short of a penny or two to take in some of their displaced muslim brethren?

Despite what people might think, in general, India is a pi55 poor shyte hole - even if some people have accumulated great wealth. 

 

I think richer, more affluent countries should take in refugees - rather than already gareeb ones. 

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4 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

Why can't affluent Muslim Arab countries take them in? 

I mean, given all the oil money and the way that so many of them ride around in central London in super expensive cars, it's not like they are short of a penny or two to take in some of their displaced muslim brethren?

Despite what people might think, in general, India is a pi55 poor shyte hole - even if some people have accumulated great wealth. 

 

I think richer, more affluent countries should take in refugees - rather than already gareeb ones. 

The Arabs hate subcontinental muslims and consider them inferior. They don't even consider them muslim.

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The only people protesting are the people of the North East who are afraid of being swamped by Bengali Hindus from Bangladesh and some opposition leaders. I think that we Sikhs need to be more circumspect and not be used by others to fight their battles.

Take for instance the hue and cry over the revocation  of article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. Many Sikhs have got on to that bandwagon of protesting against its revocation even though the autonomy that this article gave to the state was used to deny Sikhs who fled from West Punjab and Mirpur in 1947 from being full subjects of the state and to enjoy the same rights as other people of J&K. Even though the Sikhs have done their best to support the Kashmiris and even after the Sikhs saved Kashmiris from being killed by Hindu mobs earlier this year, no Kashmiri Muslim leader even thought to reciprocate and give these Sikhs the status of state subjects. These Sikhs have been living in former refugee camps which have now become towns such as Simbal camp. 

With regard to the CAA, This act also helps Sikhs who have fled from Afghanistan and Pakistan who have had to live as refugees in India. Many have lived in India since the 1990s and yet because they do not have ID documents they cannot work officially. There are over 5000 Such Sikhs who will now be able to get citizenship and around 25000 Hindus.

Amarinder Singh like the true congress ku.tta he is wants to deny those Sikhs in Punjab the right to citizenship but he is no legal right to deny something that has been passed by the parliament, he seems to think that he is ruling a sovereign state rather than a colony that Punjab is. 

 

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9 hours ago, proactive said:

The only people protesting are the people of the North East who are afraid of being swamped by Bengali Hindus from Bangladesh and some opposition leaders. I think that we Sikhs need to be more circumspect and not be used by others to fight their battles.

Take for instance the hue and cry over the revocation  of article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. Many Sikhs have got on to that bandwagon of protesting against its revocation even though the autonomy that this article gave to the state was used to deny Sikhs who fled from West Punjab and Mirpur in 1947 from being full subjects of the state and to enjoy the same rights as other people of J&K. Even though the Sikhs have done their best to support the Kashmiris and even after the Sikhs saved Kashmiris from being killed by Hindu mobs earlier this year, no Kashmiri Muslim leader even thought to reciprocate and give these Sikhs the status of state subjects. These Sikhs have been living in former refugee camps which have now become towns such as Simbal camp. 

With regard to the CAA, This act also helps Sikhs who have fled from Afghanistan and Pakistan who have had to live as refugees in India. Many have lived in India since the 1990s and yet because they do not have ID documents they cannot work officially. There are over 5000 Such Sikhs who will now be able to get citizenship and around 25000 Hindus.

Amarinder Singh like the true congress ku.tta he is wants to deny those Sikhs in Punjab the right to citizenship but he is no legal right to deny something that has been passed by the parliament, he seems to think that he is ruling a sovereign state rather than a colony that Punjab is. 

 

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On 12/19/2019 at 12:10 PM, Ranjeet01 said:

The Arabs hate subcontinental muslims and consider them inferior. They don't even consider them muslim.

That shouldn't stop them from taking their muslim brethren in. They shouldn't have a choice. Then these other sullay can experience just how great living under islam is. 

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3 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

That shouldn't stop them from taking their muslim brethren in. They shouldn't have a choice. Then these other sullay can experience just how great living under islam is. 

There are plenty already in the Gulf countries. 

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