Tamil Nadu: CAA woman protesting against Pakistan connection, police to investigate

In Tamil Nadu, a woman opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Population Register (NRC) has come under the scanner of the police. Actually, this woman’s social media profile shows that she is a researcher in some organization in Pakistan. Chennai Police Commissioner AK Vishwanathan told that we have started an investigation to find out if the woman has any direct connection with Pakistan. This woman, along with some women, organized a protest by creating a kolam (rangoli).

In this protest, some women made a Rangoli in Besant Nagar area of ​​Chennai on Sunday and wrote No Two CAA, No Two NRC and No Two NPR. City police detained some people in this regard and later released them. After the incident, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) president MK Stalin and DMK MP Kanimozhi have supported Kolam. The protesting women also met Stalin.

The police commissioner said, “We are investigating whether Gayatri Khandhadai has links with Pakistan’s bytes all?” This was seen in the protest against the Women’s Citizenship Amendment Act in Kolam, Chennai. If you look at Gayatri’s Facebook profile, it is revealed that she is a researcher of Bytes for All Pakistan. ‘ He said that the organization is suspected to have links with the Association of All Pakistan Citizen Journalists.

Significantly, opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act is needless. A lot of confusion is being spread on social media about this law. This law will not take away citizenship of any person of any religion in India. This law only facilitates Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Parsis, Jains and Christians of Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan living in Pakistan to gain citizenship of India. Citizenship of Muslims of India or people of any religion and community is not threatened by this law.

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