Hyderabad: Following the recent statement made by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi that rioters can be identified by their attire, the protestors at the Hyderabad’s ‘Million March‘ against CAA-NRC-NPR on Saturday will be seen in a switched attire of communities.
Prime Minister recently stated the ‘violence can be identified by their clothes itself’.
Giving return answer to the statement of Prime Minister, TS & AP Joint Action Committee (JAC) against CAA-NRC-NPR leaders said, “Non-Muslims youth would be wearing traditional Muslim dress and Muslims in traditional Muslim apparel during the massive protest Million March organised by JAC at Indira Park, Dharna Chowk in Lower Tankbund.”
Speaking at the meeting of Telangana Private Schools JAC, which extended its support to the Million March, Mohammed Mushtaq Malik, Founder Covenor of TS & AP JAC, PM Modi’s comment regarding the clothes has prompted the protestors and the JAC to come up with this novel idea of ‘Adla Badli’ and now the PM must identify the protesting youngsters with their attire.”
Moreover, the Telangana private schools will also be taking an active part in Million March at Dharna Chowk.
Extending its support several organisations joined hand with the JAC. More than 1200 schools are with JAC and students along with their parents would join the protest.
Mr. Fazlul Rahman Khurram, Director of Dawn School in Malakpet and member of JAC said, “We are joining to save the Indian Constitution, the recent black laws brought by the Central government is totally against the constitution of India.”
Mr. Khurram says CAA-NRC-NPR is diving the country on the basis of religion, the Modi government should keep in mind that India is the only Democrtic country in the world where all religions festivals are celebrated therefore all should unitedly stand against the law.
Even the Telangana advocates also extended their support to Million March and on Friday they have announced that over 500 advocates wouid be taking part in the March. The advocates wouid aslo spread awareness about negative impacts of CAA-NRC-NPR.