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Amit Shah challenges Rahul Gandhi over CAA: 'Prahlad Joshi ready for debate'

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Amit Shah challenges Rahul Gandhi over CAA: 'Prahlad Joshi ready for debate'

Amit Shah challenges Rahul Gandhi over CAA: 'Prahlad Joshi ready for debate'

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday challenged Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to prove that the Citizenship Amendment Act would take away citizenship from Indian Muslims, as he advised him to read the act completely.

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