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Sharad Pawar flags off 3,000-km Gandhi Shanti Yatra against Citizenship Law

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Mumbai, Jan 09: NCP chief Sharad Pawar flagged off Gandhi Shanti Yatra being organised by the Rashtra Manch of former Union minister Yashwant Sinha against the new citizenship law, proposed NRC and NPR.

The "Gandhi Shanti Yatra" will commence from the Gateway of India in south Mumbai on January 9 morning and will culminate at the 'Raj Ghat' in Delhi on January 30--the death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

Sharad Pawar flags off 3,000-km Gandhi Shanti Yatra against Citizenship Law

The NCP made the announcement after Sinha, a former NDA minister, met Pawar in Mumbai on January 8.

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The yatra will pass through Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Harayana and Delhi and cover the distance of over 3,000 km.

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    Pawar's NCP is a part of the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government, which also comprises the Shiv Sena and the Congress.

    Passing of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), which proposes to grant Indian citizenship to non-Muslim refugees from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh, had triggered protests in many states.

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    The proposed National Register of Citizens (NRC) is also being opposed by many parties.

    Some states like Kerala and West Bengal are also against the National Population Register (NPR).

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