With 311 Votes Citizenship Amendment Bill Passed in Lok Sabha.

Voting on Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019 Starts in Lok Sabha. Clause by Clause Voting takes place in Parliament.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Lok Sabha: Rohingya ke log via Bangladesh aate hain. Rohingya ko kabhi bhi swikaar nahi kiya jayega, main abhi isse spasht kar deta hoon.

SS Badal, SAD on Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019, said that, "Why don't we add names of Muslims?There are cases of Muslims being persecuted within their religion. I'll give you example of Ahmadiyya community in Punjab, Qadian is their HQ all over the world. They're minority Muslims in Pakistan."

SpiceJet Spokesperson: Flight SG36 operating from Jeddah to Kozhikode was diverted to Muscat, earlier today due to a technical issue, which was rectified immediately. The aircraft departed shortly from Muscat.

AIMIM Leader Asaduddin Owaisi Tore a Copy of Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019 in Lok Sabha.

Supriya Sule, NCP on Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019 in Lok Sabha: Entire ethos of our democracy is equality and talking about Article 14 and 15, I am not convinced by Home Minister, it will be struck down in Supreme Court. I request him to rethink of it and please withdraw the bill.

Afzal Ansari, BSP in Lok Sabha: The National President of BSP, Mayawati ji had earlier only stated that Citizenship Amendment Bill is unconstitutional and opposed it. Today as well, we stand here against the bill.

Sonitpur SP, Sanjeet Kumar Krishna: Section 144 (prohibits assembly of more than 4 people in an area) has been imposed in the district in wake of protests over Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019 in Assam.

Thokchom Radheshyam Singh, Manipur Education Minister on Citizenship Amendment Bill: Already, we have been informed that there is a protection clause for the state of Manipur. The clause has been assured by Home Minister, so we need not worry. It is for betterment of citizens.

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Mumbai, December 8: In one of the biggest news of today,  the fate of the four-month-old BS Yediyurappa led-BJP government in Karnataka will be determined today as the results of the by-polls to 15 Assembly constituencies in the state will be declared today. The bye-elections was held across nine districts after 17 rebel MLAs from the Congress and JD(S) parties defected to the BJP.

The contentious Citizenship Amendment Bill will be introduced in Lok Sabha by Amit Shah today. The bill is listed in the "list of business" in the lower house of the Parliament on Monday. The Narendra Modi-led NDA government is confident of getting the bill passed in the Lok Sabha. However, the Bill will face stiff opposition in the Rajya Sabha.

A complaint was filed on Sunday against Cyberabad police saying that 'the encounter which was carried out by police on December 6 against the four accused who were involved in veterinary doctor's horrific rape and murder case was fake'.

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