Citizenship Amendment Act Current Affairs, GK & News
The Madhya Pradesh cabinet recently approved the Religious Freedom Bill, 2020. Under the bill, forcing religious conversions will attract fine of Rs 25,000 and one to five years of imprisonment. Key Features of the bill The bill is to replace the Religious Freedom Act, 1968. Once enforced the Religious Freedom Bill will be the most ..
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The Uttar Pradesh Cabinet recently passed the ‘Recovery of Damage to Public Properties Ordinance 2020’ for recovery of losses caused by damage to public property during violent protests. The decision which was taken in a cabinet meeting headed by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath aims to prevent loss of public property in the state. The damages ..
As per an order issued by the State Education Department of Madhya Pradesh on Wednesday, 22nd January 2020, the state government of Madhya Pradesh has made the reading of the Preamble to the Constitution in schools mandatory, becoming the second state after Maharashtra to do so. Maharashtra School Education Minister, Varsha Gaikwad earlier this week ..
On 11th December 2019, the Parliament of India passed the Citizenship Amendment Act followed by which thousands of citizens including students protested across various parts of the country against the Act despite the continuous assertion of the Central Government that no Indian citizen needs to worry about the new Act, On Friday, 10th January 2020 ..
A pro-CAA rally was organized in the capital city of the US state Massachusetts, Boston on Sunday, 5th January 2020 by a group of Indian-Americans in support of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2019 passed by Parliament of India, followed by which the Bill got the assent of the President of India on 12th December 2019 ..
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