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Anti-CAA protestors should raise their voice against Pak’s atrocities of the past: PM Modi

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Tumakuru: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday launched an attack on the opposition on the protests over Citizenship (Amendment) Act or CAA, questioning why they are not raising their voice against Pakistan.

“Those who are agitating against the Parliament of India today, I want to say that today need is to expose activities of Pakistan at the international level. If you have to agitate, raise your voice against Pakistan’s actions of last 70 years,” PM Modi said in Karnataka’s Tumakuru.

“Today, every countryman has a question that those who have come here from Pakistan to save their lives, to save the lives of their daughters, processions are being taken out against them, but why are these people silent on Pakistan which has committed atrocities against these people?” he added.

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The Prime Minister is in Karnataka on a two-day visit where he will take part in various programmes.

“If you have to raise slogans, do it to highlight the way minorities are being tortured in Pakistan. If you have to take out a procession, do it in support of exploited Hindu minorities who have come to India from Pakistan,” he said.

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