This post is also available in: Hindi. Central Government has issued a notification for the revised citizenship act on January 10, Concerned people coming under this act will have to make a self-declaration of undergoing religious Prosecution and will be asked to produce a legally acceptable document to prove that they have arrived in India by the cutoff date. The law has been implemented by the Central Government from January 10th. Parliament gave a green signal to pass this new citizenship amendment act on December 11,
नागरिकता संशोधन विधेयक 2019 बिल क्या है? Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) in Hindi
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India is a secular, sovereign and peace-loving country. Perhaps it is the only country in the world that has justified the slogan of 'Unity in diversity'. Perhaps this is why citizens of many countries want Indian citizenship. This bill is signed by the President on 12 December that is why it has become as act now.
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It amended the Citizenship Act, by providing a pathway to Indian citizenship for persecuted religious minorities from Afghanistan , Bangladesh and Pakistan who are Hindus , Sikhs , Buddhists , Jains , Parsis or Christians , and arrived in India before the end of December The act was the first time that religion had been overtly used as a criterion for citizenship under Indian law. The Bharatiya Janata Party BJP , which leads the Indian government ,   had promised in previous election manifestos to offer Indian citizenship to members of persecuted religious minorities who had migrated from neighbouring countries.