As protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act continue to rage on all across the country, PM Narendra Modi has started a Twitter campaign to support his government's decision.
Earlier today the PM tweeted about the CAA and said that it is meant to give 'citizenship to persecuted refugees' and was 'not about taking anyone’s citizenship away. '
#IndiaSupportsCAA because CAA is about giving citizenship to persecuted refugees & not about taking anyone’s citizenship away.— narendramodi_in (@narendramodi_in) December 30, 2019
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He used the hashtag #IndiaSupportsCAA and asked people to use it to show their support for the act.
After his annoucement though, #IndiaAgainstCAA started trending on Twitter
Sir But what about the chronology mentioned by our honourable HM in month of april. And mentioning 9 times by different ministers at different ocassions.— Pushpak Patil (@ppushpak248) December 30, 2019
U may not always have a comfortable life n u all will not always be able to solve al of d world's problems at 1ce but don't ever underestimate d importance u can have,because history has shown us that courage can b contagious n hope can take on a life of its own #IndiaAgainstCAA pic.twitter.com/2A8jUQKUmO— Ginny (@rumilife0612) December 30, 2019
“Hum Hongay Kamyab Aik Din”— Mohammed Zubair (@zoo_bear) December 30, 2019
Students of @Columbia @ColumbiaSIPA protest against #NRC_CAA and in solidarity with Jamia/AMU on a freezing evening in New York. #IndiaAgainstCAA 2/6 pic.twitter.com/MYalCzag8S
Protests against the CAA and the NRC are going on in various parts of the country, as we speak.