Shaheen Bagh's protesting girls can meet Amit Shah, might meet on Sunday

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Protests in opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC) are persevering with in Shaheen Bagh.

new Delhi: A bit of protesters sitting on a dharna in Shaheen Bagh can meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah (amit shah) on Sunday. According to sources, some individuals concerned within the demonstration can meet the Home Minister, whereas some individuals concerned within the protest are additionally opposing this assembly. <! –

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Sources say that this assembly may be held at Amit Shah's workplace or house. At current, the native police will not be even conscious of this assembly. Let us inform you that the protest in opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Civil Register (NRC) in Shaheen Bagh is occurring constantly.

This efficiency of Shaheen Bagh has been the topic of debate all around the nation. Due to this, related demonstrations are going down in lots of cities. Shaheen Bagh had change into a giant concern even in Delhi Assembly elections.

Earlier, protesters of Shaheen Bagh paid tributes to the troopers of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), who had been killed in a suicide assault in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir final yr, on the protest web site on Friday. On February 14 final yr, a CRPF convoy was attacked by a Jaish-e-Muhammad (Jaish) suicide bomber in Pulwama. 40 troopers had been killed on this terrorist assault.

A protestor in Shaheen Bagh, which has change into the middle of protests by the CAA and NRC, mentioned, "We missed the soldiers on the intervening night of Thursday and Friday on the anniversary of the attack and took out a candle march for the martyrs." The protestor additional mentioned, "There will be no speech here today, only the soldiers of the country will be remembered. Patriotic songs will be sung on Friday evening in the memory of the martyrs and there will be presentations in the memory of the soldiers."

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