Protest against CAA- NRC outside Madras High Court in Chennai
Protest against CAA- NRC outside Madras High Court in Chennai

In India, people have demonstrated despite not caring about Corona. People's protest is being continued in Chennai about the Citizenship Amendment Act. A large number of people, including members of the Tamil Nadu Tauheed Jamaat, are opposing the CAA, NRC, and NPR. All these people are present outside the Madras High Court.

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Due to Coronavirus on one side, a large number of people are being gathered together across the country. On the far side, a large number of people have reached the CAA demonstration in Chennai. On the other hand, in the Shaheen Bagh in Delhi, the number of people has started decreasing in the ongoing CAA demonstration since December.

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Apart from this, the Telangana Assembly has passed a resolution against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said in the assembly that there are millions of people who do not have the correct documents. Therefore, the central government should think about the CAA. Earlier in December, the Kerala Assembly passed a resolution demanding the repeal of the amended Citizenship Act (CAA). The ruling CPM-led coalition LDF and the Congress-led opposition coalition UDF supported the proposal in the Assembly against the CAA, while the only member of the BJP opposed it. Let us know that Union Home Minister Amit Shah had informed in Rajya Sabha on Thursday (March 12) that no documents need to be shown to update the National Population Register (NPR) and whatever information is being sought. They are optional.

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