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Hyderabad Women 48-Hour Protest Against CAA, NRC, and NPR

Hyderabad Women 48-Hour Protest Against CAA, NRC, and, NPR: A 48-hour protest is scheduled to be held at Darulshifa Ground against Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), 2019, National Register of Citizens and National Population Register. In the protest meeting, women will express their views against the controversial laws.

This protest meeting will start at 11 a.m. on Saturday, 25th January.

Hyderabad Women 48-Hour Protest Against CAA, NRC, and NPR

Protest In Lucknow

Inspired by the women-led agitation in New Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh, women in Lucknow started an indefinite sit-in protest at Gomti Nagar’s Shaheed Turkmaan-e-Hind Mazar against the laws.

The protest in Shaheen Bagh has gained nationwide attention as women have been braving Delhi’s cold winter for over a month against the controversial law enacted in December last year. The protestors belong to all groups.

The Shaheen Bagh protest is an ongoing 24/7 sit-in peaceful protest, led by women, that began with the passage of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act in both houses of Parliament on 11 December 2019 and the ensuing police intervention against students at Jamia Millia Islamia who were opposing the Amendment. Mainly Muslim women, the protesters at Shaheen Bagh, since 15 December 2019, have blocked a major highway in New Delhi using non-violent resistance for 38 days now as of 21 January 2020. It has now become the longest ongoing continuous protest against CAA-NRC-NPR.

Hyderabad Women 48-Hour Protest Against CAA, NRC, and NPR

In Hyderabad, protests against the controversial laws intensified after Central Govt. gave a nod to NPR exercise.

Recently, two massive protests, the Million March and Tiranga Rally were held. In these protests, thousands of people participated to raise their voices against the laws.

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