Under pressure and scare of the impending Delhi polls, the AAP has finally succumbed to the clarion call of the pseudos as it has extended support to the Shaheen Bagh protests.
Bengaluru: After dilly-dallying for an inordinate period of time, fearing backlashes, Aam Aadmi Party has finally extended its support to the Shaheen Bagh protests.
A remark on the same came from none other than the deputy CM of Delhi Manish Sisodia.
AAP had been moving its pawns meticulously as the Delhi elections are fast approaching. But now, it is clear that it wants to stand with antinational elements who have shouted anti-India and anti-Hindu slogans in the name of anti-CAA protests.
It all began with Amanullah Khan making a speech, claiming that CAA will somehow target and strip the Muslims of their voting rights.
The area which is making a lot of headlines, is more or less like a slum, with dingy lanes, power cables hanging dangerously across the street. Several journalists have made q beeline to cover the protests, with a view to bring disrepute to the Narendra Modi government.
Not only at Shaheen Bagh, the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act across the country have only proved emphatically that the participants have either not read the act fully or have wantonly abstained from reading, with the obvious intention of creating violence and vandalism in the society. Now, you can also add that fact that they are being bribed to take part in the protests.
All that the CAA is does is to grant citizenship to persecuted minorities of Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh who have been residing in India hitherto December 31, 2014. What is essentially a one-time offer to integrate the minorities socially and emotionally with India is being seen as a divisive and communal.
The Act enables around 32000 minority members to become citizens of India.
Refusing to bog down, Union home minister Amit Shah has categorically reiterated that the government won’t roll back the CAA, come what may.
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Last Updated 23, Jan 2020, 5:52 PM