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Citizenship Act Protest Live Updates: “No CAB, No NRC Is Our Slogan,” Says Mamata Banerjee In Kolkata – NDTV News,

Citizenship Act Protest Live Updates: “No CAB, No NRC Is Our Slogan,” Says Mamata Banerjee In Kolkata – NDTV News,

Citizenship Act Protest Live Updates: 'No CAB, No NRC Is Our Slogan,' Says Mamata Banerjee In Kolkata

TMC, DMK will continue protests against Citizenship Amendment Act on Tuesday . (File)

New Delhi:

The protests by Opposition parties over the passage of the Citizenship Amendment Act continues Tuesday. In West Bengal, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee held another march from 8B bus stand in Kolkata to Howrah.

In Tamil Nadu, Opposition DMK carried out a demonstration led by party chief MK Stalin.

In Delhi, senior Opposition leaders, including Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, are scheduled to meet President Ram Nath Kovind over the police action against Jamila Millia Islamia students who were protesting against the citizenship act .

Meanwhile, the curfew has been lifted in Assam’s Guwahati after 6 days.

Here are the live updates on developments around Citizenship Amendment Act:

Uddhav Thackeray compares Jamia incident with Jallianwala Bagh massacreMaharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has compared the police action in Jamia Millia Islamia university and its neighborhood areas with Jallianwala Bagh massacre.

“What happened at Jamia Millia Islamia, is like Jallianwala Bagh. Students are like a‘Yuva bomb’ (young bombs). So we request the central government to not do, what they are doing , with students, “Mr Thackeray said.)


Mamata Banerjee says “no CAB, no NRC is our slogan”

West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee leads protest march from Jadavpur to Jadu Babu’s Bazar. “Our slogan is’ No CAB, No NRC in Bengal,” Ms Banerjee said.


ANI Input


Clothes Don’t Reveal Proteters Identity, Says Mamata BanerjeeMamata Banerjee takes dig at PM Narendra Modi for one of his remarks at a Jharkhand rally, says clothes don’t reveal identity of protesters.

“Democracy In Dangerous ICU …”: Kamal Haasan On Crackdown On Students

The brutal crackdown on students protesting the new citizenship law is a slap in the face of democracy and has left that institution in a “dangerous ICU”, superstar-politician

Kamal Haasan said today


“(The young) must understand and question politics … politics is omnipresent and affects all of us. There is nothing wrong with young people being politically aware and asking questions (but) when these questions (are) stifled, then democracy is in dangerous ICU, “Kamal Haasan said.

” This issue (referring to the protests against the new citizenship law) is beyond state borders. .. beyond politics and beyond parties. It is a national issue, “he continued.

(internet suspended in UP’s SambhalInternet services have been suspended in Uttar Pradesh’s Sambhal district till midnight today, news agency ANI has reported.

DMK chief MK Stalin protests against citizenship law

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) president MK Stalin today staged a protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and raised slogans against the Center and ruling AIADMK government in the state .)

Scores of people gathered in support of Mr Stalin.)

ANI Input


Citizenship Act Protest Live Updates: 'No CAB, No NRC Is Our Slogan,' Says Mamata Banerjee In Kolkatapeople taken into preventive custody in Kerala: ReportThe police have arrested around********************************** (people into preventive custody across the state.

The protesters blocked public transport and forced shops to down the shutters in districts of Kannur, Kasargode, Palakkad and parts of Ernakulam.


AIMIM Workers Charged Under Sedition In Lucknow

A FIR filed against AIMIM workers in Lucknow has charged them under sedition charges in Lucknow.)

The FIR names (people, and unknowns.

Harvard Students Write Solidarity Letter For Jamia Students

the students of Havard University have written a letter in solidarity with the students of Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University.)

“We, the students and affiliates of Harvard University, write in affirmation of the protests against

the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2149917, of India and in deep condemnation of the violentsuppression of student protesters at the Aligarh Muslim University, the Jamia Millia IslamiaUniversity, and elsewhere, “the letter read.)


Jamia Violence: Police arrest************************************************************The Delhi police has arrested people in connection with violence that took place in Delhi’s Jamia Millia Islamia University and its neighborhood areas. There’s no student among the people who have been arrested.)


Urge India to protect rights of minorities: US

US State department, in a letter, has asked India to protect rights of its religious minorities.)

“We are closely following developments regarding the Citizenship Amendment Act. We urge authorities to protect and respect the right of peaceful assembly. We also urge protestors to refrain from violence,” the letter said

“Respect for religious freedom and equal treatment under the law are fundamental principles of our two democracies. United States urges India to protect rights of its religious minorities in keeping with India’s Constitution and democratic values,” he added.

354 arrests in West Bengal so far The West Bengal police on Monday said that it has arrested people across the state to maintain peace and harmony. It also urged the public to contact the police, through the 7 control room helpline, in case any person is found violating law and order.

“600 miscreants have been arrested across the state as a part of our endeavor to maintain peace and harmony in Bengal. In case you find anyone or anything violating the law, contact us on the WB Police 24 * 7 control room helpline, “the tweet from West Bengal Police’s official handle read.

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