Violent anti-CAB protests in Guwahati
Protesters through stones as they clash with the police during their march against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019, in Guwahati | PTI File Photo
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New Delhi: Congress’ Sanjay Jha sees CAB as Frankenstein’s monster.

Many people are reading history into CAB, none more than historian Ramachandra Guha.

PM Modi tells Assam “don’t worry” even as it burns and is put under curfew.

Someone should ask Home Minister Amit Shah how he manages to blame Congress for everything.

With Assam burning, BJP’s Himanta Biswa Sarma is busy playing the blame game with Congress’ Rahul Gandhi.

Is columnist Tarek Fatah the first person to ever refer to Shah as a “lovable teddybear”?

Student activist Gurmehar Kaur is feeling pretty sick about the whole business.

JD(U) leader and a voice of dissent within the party, Prashant Kishor continues his crusade against CAB.

Did Aatish Taseer just call Amit Shah a persecutor?

BJP’s Tajinder Singh Bagga can’t see beyond the Congress.

Journalist Rana Ayyub calls out PM Modi, and then deletes her tweet. Clearly, her intentions were less than Nobel.

Trust BJP MP Gautam Gambhir to make this about himself.

Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi is very generous in his vote of thanks.

Sports writer Pradeep Magazine suggests (sarcastically) that a Hindu refugee is welcome to things beyond citizenship…

Looks like PM Modi’s CAB bill is getting the international attention it deserves…

In more salty news of the day, climate change activist Greta Thunberg changes her Twitter bio to ‘brat’ (Pirralha) after Brazilian President Bolsonaro calls her a brat.

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