- Demonstration against the Citizenship Amendment Act in Delhi
- Appeal for peace of Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid in Jamia-Seelampur turned violent
- Protests are taking place in many areas of Delhi against the Citizenship Amendment Act.
THIS PROTEST ALSO TOOK A VIOLENT FORM IN JAMIA AND SEELAMPUR AREAS.
Meanwhile, many sections of the society are appealing for peace to the protesters. Syed Ahmed Bukhari, the Shahi Imam of Delhi’s Jama Masjid, said on Tuesday that it is our democratic right to protest, but violence should not take place during the protest.
Syed Ahmed Bukhari, the Shahi Imam of Delhi Jama Masjid, said, ‘It is our right to perform in democracy, nothing can stop us from this. But while doing this we also have to keep in mind that we keep our emotions under control ‘.
He said that there is a great difference between the Citizenship Amendment Act and the National Register of Citizens. Right now only they make CAA law, it does not make NRC law. Under the new law, Muslim refugees coming from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh will not get citizenship of India. It has nothing to do with the Muslims of India.
PROTESTS ARE HAPPENING IN DELHI
Significantly, the protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act in the capital Delhi earlier in Jamia area took a violent form, in which many public vehicles were burnt. Police have arrested ten accused of this violence.
Apart from this, on Tuesday, the protest in the Seelampur area of East Delhi took a violent form. Here the protesters vandalized vehicles and threw stones at the police. In both the violence, Delhi Police has registered an FIR.
OPPOSITION IS ACCUSING
It is being alleged by the opposition that this law brought by the Central Government violates the Constitution of India. Also, this law is also against the minorities of the country.
Source : Khulasa News