Students of Delhi’s Jamia University protested against the CAA on Sunday. During this demonstration, Delhi Police are accused of committing crimes with students after the incidents of arson.
In many viral videos, Delhi Police Students were seen beating. However, police say that the law was followed to control the violent mob.
After the Jamia incident on Monday, students of many universities and colleges in the country, including Aligarh Muslim University, protested.
After Abhinav Sinha, Anurag Kashyap, Taapsee Pannu, many more Bollywood actors have come in support of these students.
However, Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir, Salman and Shah Rukh Khan have not given any response on this issue so far.
Ayushman Khurana tweeted, “I am extremely upset with what happened to the students and it is condemnable.” We all have the right to perform. However, neither violent incidents nor public property should be damaged after these demonstrations. My countrymen, this is Gandhi’s country. Ahimsa should be the weapon. Must be sure in democracy.
Manoj Bajpayee wrote, “There may be a time when we don’t have the strength to stop injustice.” But it should never happen that we cannot even resist. I am with the students and their democratic rights. I condemn the violence with the students who performed.
Parineeti Chopra tweeted, “If a citizen has his views and he has to face this, then leave the cab … we should just pass the bill and not call our country democracy at all.” Such a beating of those who keep their thoughts? Barbaric. ”
Vicky Kaushal writes, “What is happening and the way it is happening is not right at all.” Everyone has the right to speak in a peaceful manner. Both the violence and the commotion is disappointing. Under no circumstances should citizens lose faith in democracy. ”
Richa Chadha has made several tweets on this entire issue.
Richa wrote in a tweet, “All this is heartbreaking. In which civilized country does this happen? What have you done wrong? Who leaves tear gas shells on students studying in the library? This cannot be justified at all.
Anubhav Sinha and Anurag Kashyap are also very active on Twitter regarding these issues.
Anubhav Sinha writes, “When the lawyers beat the Delhi Police, I stood in support of the Delhi Police.”
ia Mirza tweeted, “I stand with the students of India. We all have to be united to save the idea of India.
A user named Sameet tweeted a comment on Akshay Kumar’s police beating video. In this tweet it was written, “I respect Akshay Kumar a lot. It must have been very difficult to take training in martial arts without ‘backbone’. ”
Anurag Kashyap retweeted this tweet. When a user asked, Anurag, what do you think about Akshay Kumar?
Anurag Kashyap answers – Absolutely.
Akshay Kumar had tweeted, “The video containing Jamia Milia Students was accidentally live. I was scrolling and accidentally hit the button. I unlocked as soon as I realized it. I do not support any such action. ”
Earlier on Monday, some stars gave their response.
Taapsee Pannu wrote, “This is the beginning or the end. Whatever it is, but new rules are being written. The one who does not fit in them will suffer the consequences. ”
Rajkumar Rao wrote, “I condemn the way the police used violence in the case of students. In democracy, everyone has the right to protest. I also condemn the way public property was damaged. Violence cannot solve anything.
When some celebrities of Bollywood are giving a lot of response on Twitter.
Then one section on social media is expressing objection to the speaking of Bollywood artists and the other is targeting all those who do not speak on these issues.
ShameonBollywood is the top trend on Twitter.
Upasana Singh writes, “For all these actors, only Muslims matter and not Hindus.”
Aman wrote that in the end it is all a business and these people have nothing to do with our society.
Akash Choubey wrote, “This picture is enough to tell that Bollywood celebrities only work for money and popularity.”
Roshan Abbas writes- Shahrukh Khan you also say something on this issue. You are from jamia Who has stopped your speaking?