The Shaheen bagh protester has sent an invite to PM Modi to rejoice valentine’s day with them on Friday.
The protesters have demanded the withdrawal of CAA and NRC and will even uncover a Surprise gift with a love track for Modi.
Protests against the CAA and the NRC spread out at Shaheen bagh, zakir Nagar, Jamia Nagar, Khureji Khas and other places inside the country wide capital and other areas in the country since December last last year.
The protester has slanted a tent on a major avenue linking Noida to south-east Delhi through the Kalindi Kunj bridge, witnesses movement of around 1.75 lakh vehicles on a daily basis.
In keeping with the CAA, members of Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh, Jain, Parsi and Christian groups who have come to India from Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Afghanistan until December 31, 2014 after being subjected to religious Persecution will not be dealt with as illegal immigrants however given Indian citizenship.
Those opposing the law contend that it discriminates on the idea of faith and for that reason, violates the constitution.
However, the center has disregarded the allegations, at the same time as keeping that the law is meant to present citizenship to persecuted people from the three neighboring Nations and no longer to eliminate the citizenship of everybody.