What is Nehru-Liaquat pact, why did Amit Shah referred it to defend CAA Bill

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Amit Shah squashes the criticism on the controversial CAA bill that it is anti-Muslim. Under amid protests Amit Shah made a statement that the bill will not be taken back under any circumstances.

Amit Shah referred the bill with Nehru-Liaquat pact to justify the CAA bill. As you all get the doubt what is Nehru-Liaquat pact, here we explain what is Nehru-Liaquat pact and why did Amit Shah refer it  

Liaquat Ali Khan was the Prime Minister of Pakistan when he and Jawaharlal Nehru both signed an agreement in 1950, and it is commonly called as Nehru-Liaquat pact. The agreement was signed in Delhi, confirming minority rights. In the backdrop, when the large scale of minority people in both countries were attacked by the majority of people. To protect their rights this act was formed.

Attacks on minorities in neighbouring countries were continuing. Pakistan's minority population was 23 percent in 1947 and it declined to 3.7 percent in 2011. In Bangladesh, the minority population was 22 percent and it declined to 7.8 percent at present. While India's majority population was 84 percent while it declined to 79 percent, while the Muslims were 9.8 percent. Amit Shah explained that while the majority of the population is increasing and the minority of the population is decreasing and in our country, the majority of the population is decreasing and the minority population is increasing. While many others have commented on Amit Shah's calculations.
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