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Small and big protests against the Citizenship Bill continue

Updated: Jan 19, 2020

In the last few weeks, the newspaper headlines and breaking news have moved away from the protests against the Citizenship Bill. Protests have been continuing, they seem to be smaller in scale, completely peaceful and across many cities of India. I have been reading editorials and opinions in newspapers and magazines. Sharing two views quite different from each other.


I do sense a feeling of disquiet among the citizens of India. I am troubled by the issues and scenarios presented by the opposers of the Bill. I do hope the protests, legal petitions will be reviewed and the country will be able to implement this law without sacrificing it's secular fabric.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/12/27/opinion/india-constitution-protests.html

https://indianexpress.com/article/opinion/columns/caa-protests-nrc-secularism-muslims-hindutva-civilisation-an-act-of-empathy-6192115/


PS: My posts will be less regular since my exams have started. I will post whenever I get an opportunity


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