More and more people are joining the ongoing protests against Citizenship Amendment Act day by day in all parts of country. The people are expressing their opposition through various modes of protest against this unconstitutional act. It is learned that the huge masses participating in street protests and their leaders are taking every care to cooperate with authorities in maintaining law and order. Hence these democratic agitations are peaceful in all states with exception of some states that are under BJP government.
The opposition of the Indian citizens to the Citizenship Amendment Act is getting wide- spread day by day all over the country. They are coming to streets in large number and expressing their anger and frustration through various modes of protest against this unconstitutional act. Except a few incidents of police brutality, the agitations are peaceful and democratic everywhere.
New Delhi: Popular Front of India Central Secretariat has strongly condemned the illegal custody of its Assam state president Aminul Haq by alleging involvement in violence related to people's agitation against Citizenship Amendment Act. Aminul Haq was taken to custody yesterday and he has not been released. Assam police has also conducted illegal raids in Popular Front state office and residence of some state leaders.
Popular Front of India Vice Chairman O M A Salam cautioned the government that attempts to crush student agitations for protection citizenship right by using police force will not succeed as they carry the aspirations of the country and its people. He strongly condemned the police brutalities on agitating students in Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University yesterday night.
New Delhi: Popular Front of India North Zone Secretary Anis Ansari and Delhi State President Pervez Ahmed strongly condemned the police brutality in Delhi Jamia Millia Islamia campus including indiscriminate firing on the students.
New Delhi: Popular Front of India National Secretary Abdul Wahid Sait, in a statement issued in the backdrop of a few reports of violence related to the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) called upon the people to maintain law & order and to keep peace and harmony; along with remaining steadfast in the fight for restoration of democratic rights.