Anti-CAA protests set to intensify in Telangana
HYDERABAD: The anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Population Register(NPR) and National Register of Citizens (NRC) stir is set to intensify in Telangana as an umbrella organisation of various groups on Tuesday announced a series of protest activities.
United Muslim Action Committee (UMAC), comprising All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM), Jamaat-e-Islami and others chalked out an action plan to organize a rally, a protest meeting and human chain in Hyderabad this month.
The action plan was announced by Jamaat-e-Islami Telangana unit chief Hamid Mohammed Khan at a news conference in the presence of AIMIM president and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi, leaders of various groups and religious scholars.
UMAC, which already oranised a massive protest meeting in Hyderabad and couple of towns in Telangana, announced that a mass rally will be organized on January 10 to demand revocation of CAA, a halt to NPR and dropping proposed NRC.
Tiranga Rally, to be attended by both men and women, will begin from historic Mir Alam Eidgah after Friday prayers and it will culminate at Shastripuram grounds.
This is expected to be the second biggest protest rally against CAA in Hyderabad after January 4 'Million March' attended by thousands of people.
Khan also announced formation of a new umbrella organization Alliance Against CAA and NRC to be headed by retired judge Justice B. Chandra Kumar. The Alliance comprises several Muslim, dalit, tribal and backward classes groups.
He said all non-Muslims will be part of the protest programmes as they were aim was to save the country and the Constitution.
A public meeting will also be held at the historic Charminar on the night of January 25. There will also be 'Mushaira' in which leading poets will participate. At the stroke of midnight, national flag will be hoisted to mark the Republic Day.
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