New Delhi: While intense protests are being witnessed at Shaheen Bagh in Delhi with people raising their voice against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Citizens Registry (NRC), a picture of women with bindi, while wearing burqa, along with a shattered swastika symbol, has gone viral on social media.

The picture was posted by journalist-author Saba Naqvi, who had courted controversy earlier for peddling fake news over the CAA protest. This post has now been widely discussed on Twitter, and many have expressed their angst against it.


The post that was tweeted by Saba displays two posters -- one with women sporting bindi and wearing burqa and the other shows a picture of swastika symbol being shattered -- with a quote that read, "Hum Dekhenge" that translates to "We will see", challenging the Centre's decision on CAA and NRC.

Soon after the picture went viral on social media, #Swastik began to trend on Twitter where netizens expressed their displeasure on the same.





This is not the first time Saba has courted controversy.

The “journalist” was caught peddling fake news on social media where she was called out for sharing a photo-shopped image of the members of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) protesting over the Centre's decision on the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

Taking to Twitter, Naqvi had quoted a tweet containing a misleading picture, and said that the members of ABVP were protesting against the CAA legislation brought in by the BJP-led government, along with a quote that read, "The world is changing #2020."