Jamia Students not giving up, Stage protests on New Year

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5 speakers to visit the Jamia Protest, Thousand protestors expected


Jamia Students are not giving up on their fight against the Citizenship Amendment Bill. A large number of people gathered at Gate No. 7, Jamia Millia Islamia skipping their New Year parties. Thousands of students and working professionals sang the national anthem at Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh to celebrate the New Year 2020.

Swara Bhaskar and Prakash Raj to visit the Jamia Protest on New Year

 A huge number of protestors are expected to hit the streets of Shaheen Bagh as famous personalities will address the protest. RJ Sayema, Prakash Raj, Swara Bhaskar, Zeeshan Ayyub and Sanjay Rajoura is scheduled to speak at the Gate Number 7 of Jamia Millia Islamia between 2 to 5 pm. #Jamia protest was trending on top of the New Year Morning as students prepared for a big protest.

The protestors skipped parties and the comfort of watching TV and hit the roads on New Year’s Eve. It has been almost 20 days since the Citizenship Amendment Bill was passed in the Parliament. Since then, various protests have taken place in different universities across the countries. Some have stopped while some are still intact with their stand and are not bowing down to government even after many clarifications.

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Youth skipped the comfort of home and went out in chilling winter

Many people roamed around the venue hinging on the flasks of Tea to bear the chilling winter of National Capital. Many protestors stayed put under the tarpaulin shed listening to speakers taking the stage one by one.

Several others roamed around with National Flags and displayed creative placards against the new law and chanted “Azadi Azadi”. The crowd at protest burst into a cheer to greet the fellow protestors new-year, as the clock struck 12. Moments later everyone broke into the National Anthem in unison which was followed by the slogan “Inquilab Zindabad”.

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