Time to protest on social media by itself is over: Farhan Akhtar on Citizenship Act – The Indian Convey


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Current: December 18, 2019 4:04:thirteen pm


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Amid escalating opposition in opposition to the Citizenship Modification Act, actor Farhan Akhtar Wednesday reported he will be hitting the streets to protest in opposition to the controversial legislation, introducing that “the time to convey outrage on social media alone is about.”

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 Mumbai. “See you on the 19th at August Kranti Maidan, Mumbai. The time to protest on social media by itself is more than,” Farhan explained.

Here’s what you will need to know about why these protests are essential. See you on the 19th at August Kranti Maidan, Mumbai. The time to protest on social media by yourself is over. pic.twitter.com/lwkyMCHk2v

— Farhan Akhtar (@FarOutAkhtar) December 18, 2019

The actor also shared a graphic that sought to demonstrate the ramifications of the Citizenship Modification Act and the Nationwide Sign up of Citizen (NRC). The graphic, however, consisted of a map of India excluding Pakistan-Occupied-Kashmir.

The actor later on issued a clarification on the “inaccurate” description of the map, adhering to criticism on social media. “While I stand by the textual content, I have only just observed that the map of India on the graphic is inaccurate. Each individual inch and aspect of Kashmir is a part of India and I reject the inaccurate map… My sincerest apologies for the oversight,” he tweeted.

pic.twitter.com/lVl5TxJXVo

— Farhan Akhtar (@FarOutAkhtar) December eighteen, 2019

Amid the nation-extensive protests versus the recently enacted Citizenship Act, aamount of Bollywood personalities have elevated their voiceon the police motion on students in Delhi’s Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Mulsim College in Uttar Pradesh.

The Citizenship Modification Bill (Taxi) delivers citizenship to non-Mulsim immigrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. Following the Invoice was passed in Parliament, persons took to streets in Assam, Tripura, Meghalaya, West Bengal amongst other spots.

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