PM Modi Hits Out At Congress On Anti-CAA Protests & Other Top Stories

Updated: February 07, 2020 07:50 IST

Prime Minister Narendra Modi while giving his motion of thanks speech to President's address attacked the Opposition for supporting anti-CAA protests.

PM Modi Hits Out At Congress On Anti-CAA Protests & Other Top Stories
Hindustan Times: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday launched a scathing attack on the Opposition for hiding behind the Constitution to encourage those who were violating it and staunchly defending the changed citizenship law by highlighting the plight of minorities in Pakistan, reports Hindustan Times. On Wednesday, the United States Senate acquitted President Donald Trump of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Hindustan Times
PM Modi Hits Out At Congress On Anti-CAA Protests & Other Top Stories
Deccan Herald: Bengaluru will be home to about 20% of Karnataka's population in the next one year, with experts worried about the impact of population growth on the city's overstretched infrastructure, reports Deccan Herald. PM Modi in his Parliament speech invoked Jawaharlal Nehru to mount a vigorous defence of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Deccan Herald
PM Modi Hits Out At Congress On Anti-CAA Protests & Other Top Stories
The Telegraph: "Nehru is Big", read the headline on The Telegraph's front page in context to PM Modi's reply to President's address in both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. PM Modi highlighted a detailed account of Jawaharlal Nehru's policies on minorities in Pakistan after the Partition. He further accused Congress of spreading falsehood about the National Population Register (NPR) after conducting a similar exercise a moth ago. The Telegraph
PM Modi Hits Out At Congress On Anti-CAA Protests & Other Top Stories
The Times Of India: Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Ministers Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti have been charged under the Public Safety Act.The move came amid strong demands from the opposition for the freeing of the former CMs. Loans for housing, auto and small businesses are likely to get cheaper even without the Reserve Bank of India's monetary policy committee reducing interest rates. The Times Of India

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