Need to organize “Jail Bharo” movement, says Mohammed Adeeb

New Delhi: Former M.P. Mr. Mohammed Adeeb told that there is a need to launch a massive movement against CAB and NRC. Govt of India is imposing its ideology on the Indian citizens.

For the Indian citizen who loves Indian constitution, there is only one way to register his protest against these laws.

He was addressing a meeting organized by ‘Savera’ and ‘Sadbhavana’ Mission at Constitution Club in New Delhi yesterday.

He alleged that in Assam, the issue was not of the Hindus and the Muslims but Mr. Amit Shah associated it with religion.

The fact is that the present Govt. is not able to manage the country. Its latest example is Kashmir and the north India.

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He targeted Modi by saying that he considers only Hindi speaking population as Indian whereas according to Mr. Adeeb, everyone right from Kashmir to Kanyakumari is an Indian.

Mr. Adeeb further told that NRC is not acceptable at any cost. He requested the people of India to save the country which Mr. Shah is bent upon ruining.

Former MP. Mr. Tariq Anwar told that it is our duty to protect secularism. Quoting Mr. Adeeb, Mr. Anwar tod that for running this country large heart and bright vision are required which Modi doesn’t have. He appealed to the intellectuals to come forward to protect democracy.

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Prof. Apoorvanand told that the CM of Assam had clearly told that those who should have been excluded from NRC are included in it.

He pointed out that so long as Modi and Shah are in power, they would continue to get people from outside.

He also told that who were the people who organized relief comps in Gujarat?. Social activist, John Dayal asked aren’t Christians facing atrocities in other countries?, but they have not been included. It is clear that the targets of this bill are the Muslims.

On this occasion, Mr. V.K. Tripathi presented a five point memorandum.

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