New Delhi: Protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Citizenship Register (NRC) have been going on in Delhi's Shaheen Bagh for more than two months. However, gradually this performance seems to be weakening now. It is reported that the protesters have now sought a time to meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah to reach a final result.
According to media reports, after 62 days, the number of protesters in Shaheenbagh has started to look very less than before. After the Delhi Assembly elections, there is a kind of silence in Shaheen Bagh during the day. However, after dusk and at night the number of people increases, but this crowd is not the same as before. Alam is that now people are being announced to reach the dharna venue in maximum number by loudspeakers.
Despite appealing to people to come from loudspeakers, the crowd is decreasing. Now the protestors also want to end the movement and find a middle ground. Therefore, the protesters have sought a time to meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Let me tell you that the day before, Home Minister Amit Shah also said about CAA that if anyone has any doubt then he can come and meet them and discuss this issue.