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Hindu Migrants in Bengal Celebrate Citizenship Amendment amidst Persecution in Bangladesh | CAA News [Video]

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Hindu Migrants in Bengal Celebrate Citizenship Amendment amidst Persecution in Bangladesh | CAA News

The episode explores the plight of Hindu migrants in Bengal, who have faced relentless persecution in Bangladesh due to their religious beliefs. The recent notification of the Citizenship Amendment Act has been celebrated as a beacon of hope for these individuals, offering a chance for a brighter future. The narrative includes personal accounts of women who have bravely spoken out about their experiences. The conversation also touches on various cultural and regional aspects, adding depth to the discussion. #caa #caaimplementation #caanews #caanrc #modigovernment #caainindia #caaprotest #citizenamendmentbill #pmmodi #Loksabhaelection2024 #politicsovercaa

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