A JNU scholar gave this controversial assertion about CAA and NRC, elevating questions on the Supreme Court

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The controversial video is now going viral after Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) scholar Sharjeel Imam gave an announcement to chop Assam aside from Hindustan. In which a younger lady is seen opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC). The lady is questioning the Supreme Court of the nation, calling Parliament assault convict Afzal Guru harmless.

The lady's video has been shared by BJP nationwide spokesperson Sambit Patra on Twitter. This video is being instructed of Shaheen Bagh of Delhi, the place protests have been happening for a lot of days. While tweeting the video, Patra wrote, "Now after that nefarious Sharjeel Imam, just listen to this madam too -" We don’t have any religion on anyone "" Not even trusting this Supreme Court. " Afzal Guru was harmless. <! –

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                 A mosque was to be constructed on Ramjanmabhoomi. Friends, the cultivation of such poison (that too mass manufacturing) wouldn’t have occurred in these few days?

In the viral controversial video, the girl is saying, 'We have gone into protest due to CAA-NRC, not simply towards it. We are realizing that we are able to neither consider the federal government nor the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court had implicated Afzal Guru for the 'collective consciousness' of India. Today it’s identified that Afzal Guru had no hand within the assault on Parliament. The court docket first says that there was no temple underneath Babri Masjid, breaking the lock was flawed, demolishing the mosque is unfair after which says {that a} temple can be constructed right here.

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