Actor Farhan Akhtar on Wednesday mentioned he will be hitting the streets to protest towards the Citizenship Modification Act as he believes that the time to express outrage on social media on your own is around.
The actor took to Twitter to announce that he will be partaking in a protest to be held on Thursday at August Kranti Maidan in this article. “See you on the nineteenth at August Kranti Maidan, Mumbai. The time to protest on social media alone is around,” Farhan explained.
The actor also shared an picture that sought to reveal the ramifications of the Citizenship Amendment Act and the National Sign-up of Citizen (NRC). According to the amended act, customers of Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi and Christian communities, who experienced occur from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan until December 31, 2014, and were being experiencing spiritual persecution, will not be addressed as unlawful immigrants but offered Indian citizenship.
— Farhan Akhtar (@FarOutAkhtar) December 18, 2019
Even so, the stated impression showcased a map of India with an inaccurate depiction of Jammu and Kashmir. The actor then uploaded one more write-up to make clear that he regarded Jammu and Kashmir to be an integral section of India. He wrote: “I just lately posted a concept about a protest meeting on December 19th with a repost of a graphic about the conference. Though I stand by the text, I have only just recognized that the map of India on the graphic is inaccurate. Just about every inch and aspect of Kashmir is a portion of India and I reject the inaccurate map. I regret not noticing this previously. My sincerest apologies for the oversight.”
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Farhan’s reaction came a few days soon after Delhi Police motion in opposition to the pupils of Jamia Millia Islamia College on Sunday. The police entered the campus right after a protest from the Act by the pupils turned violent. Numerous from the movie fraternity such as his father veteran screenwriter Javed Akhtar, actors Mohammad Zeeshan Ayyub, Parineeti Chopra, Sidharth Malhotra, filmmakers Vishal Bhardwaj and Anurag Kashyap, and Hollywood actor John Cusack expressed solidarity with the youth above the police crackdown inside the campus.
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