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Panaji: Goa BJP has planned for a massive rally on January 3 to make awareness about the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), a senior functionary said.

Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant held meeting of all the BJP MLAs in Panaji to discuss the issue about protests against the CAA.

“It has been decided to hold state level mega rally in Panaji on January 3 to create awareness about the CAA,” BJP MLA Glenn Ticlo who was part of the meeting told reporters on Tuesday.

He said that the people from all the assembly constituencies will be gathering for the meeting which will create awareness about the CAA.

“There is nothing to worry about CAA. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken a correct step by introducing CAA which will provide security for the minorities in countries like Pakistan, Afghanisthan and Bangladesh,” Ticlo said.

He said that the opposition parties are opposing every good thing that is done by the Prime Minister.

Ticlo said that Goans should not be concerned about CAA though wrong information is being projected by some opposition parties.

“The minorities in Goa and India are totally safe. there is no fear for them as they are Indian citizen,” he said.

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