New Delhi: Bhim Army Chief Chandrashekhar Azad, who was released on bail from Tihar Jail on Thursday visits Jama Masjid and other religious places including Ravidas temple, Gurudwara and a church on Friday.
Azad visited Jama Masjid in the afternoon to mark his protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and National Register of Citizens (NRC) by reading the preamble of the Indian Constitution.
“Peaceful protest is our strength. People from all religions who support us should join us in great numbers to prove it to the govt that these protests are not led by Muslims alone,” Azad was quoted by ANI.
Azad was released after a Delhi Court granted him bail and directing him not to hold any protest in Delhi till February 16 till the elections in the national capital.
The Bhim Army chief was charged with rioting, unlawful assembly and inciting the mob to indulge in violence after vandalism in Delhi’s Daryaganj area.