Rajinikanth campaigns for the Citizenship Law and says that the CAA is not a threat to Muslims

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The central government has assured that Indians will have no problems with the Citizenship Change Act, he noted.

Rajinikanth campaigns for the Citizenship Law and says that the CAA is not a threat to Muslims
File photo of the actor who became a politician Rajinikanth.

Chennai: Politician Rajinikanth, turned by the actor, spoke out on Wednesday for the controversial change in citizenship

Act and said that legislation does not pose a threat to Muslims.

"The law to change citizenship will not affect any citizen of our country. When it comes to Muslims, I will be the first person to stand up for them. NPR is a need to find out about the outsiders. It has been clarified that NRC did this. " not yet formulated, "said Rajinikanth. This is his first response to the controversial law that sparked protests across the country.

The central government has assured that Indians will have no problems with the Citizenship Change Act, he noted.

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He also accused religious leaders of supporting protests against the law and described them as "very wrong".

He supported the exercise of the National Population Register and said the initiative was "very, very important" and added that the government led by Congress had done this in the past.

(With PTI inputs)

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