IUML moves Supreme Court challenging Citizenship (Amendment) Bill

The Bill which was cleared in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday saw 125 MPs voting in its favour and 99 against it. It was passed in the Lok Sabha on Monday.

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New Delhi: Challenging the contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, the Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) on Thursday, moved the Supreme Court, demanding its revocation, just a day after it was passed in the Rajya Sabha completing the legislative process for giving Indian citizenship to non-Muslim migrants from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh.

IUML alleged that the Bill violates the fundamental Right to Equality of the Constitution.

The Bill which was cleared in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday saw 125 MPs voting in its favour and 99 against it. It was passed in the Lok Sabha on Monday.

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