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Amit Shah, Asaduddin Owaisi spar in Lok Sabha over NIA Amendment Bill after AIMIM chief interrupts Satyapal Singh's speech

Firstpost Monday, 15 July 2019
Lok Sabha Monday witnessed a spat between Home Minister Amit Shah and AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi, with the BJP chief asserting that he is not frightening anyone but cannot help when someone has fear in their minds
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News video: Lok Sabha Passes NIA (Amendment) Bill , The Karnataka Crisis And More

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The National Investigative Agency Amendment Bill 2019 Has Been Passed By The Lok Sabha Amid Heated Discussions. Home Minister Amit Shah Said That The Govt Would Not Misuse The Nia Law And That The Amndments Were Made To Broaden The Investigative Powers Of The Nia. The Opposition Accused The Bjp Govt...

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