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CAA controversy should be resolved through talks: HDD


Team Udayavani, Feb 2, 2020, 4:25 PM IST

Hassan: The controversy over the Citizenship (Amendment) Act should be resolved peacefully through discussion, said the former prime minister and JD(S) supremo H D Deve Gowda.

Addressing presspersons Deve Gowda said that the CAA affects only Muslims but would also prove troublesome for the Hindus.

“Opening fire on anti-CAA protesters is the not solution to the issue,” he said.

He further added that during his tenure as prime minister a number of problems concerning Muslims were addressed.

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