A community Roza was observed by Bishanpur Anjuman Phlahul Musalmeen in Jharkhand’s Giridih district to protest against the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act and National Population Register on Friday.
Iftaar was organised in the evening, 3100 members belonging to Bishanpur Anjuman Phlahul Musalmeen had protested against CAA by keeping their Roza.
Shiraz Ansari the member of the Bishanpur Anjuman Phlahul Musalmeenhad said, “The Central Govt is bringing in legislation that will divide the nation into many parts, we have to protest against the bill at every possible level.
Tariq Siddiqui issues a statement stating that the Central Govt is unable to fulfill its promises at multiple fronts, to deviate attention they have brought in the CAA, NRC legislation. They want to create problems for oppressed subjects of this nation like Muslims, Adivasis, and Dalits.
Izhar said, ” Unemployment and Inflation had risen at unprecedented levels in our nation. Through our protest, we will compel the Govt to take back this atrocious law. Anjuman’s leader Mo Niyaz had issued a statement stating that Shaheen Bagh’s protest had inspired many and it will be recreated in every small lane and corner of our country.
Community Iftar was ended with, wanting unity, brotherhood, fraternity and wanting good conscience coming in minds of our leaders sitting at the Centre at present. Many known faces such as Dr. Riyaz Ahmad, Mo Kamran, Harun Rashid, Mo Yousuf, Ayub Shaikh were present.
CAA protests organised by the woman in Lucknow is still going on. It happened at Lucknow’s Ghantghar. At least 300 women have kept Roza fast and resented against the bill. From Morning a lot of women had done sloganeering against the contentious CAA. While the Men helped women to organise their Iftar.
Wednesday protests also displayed a very sacred Hindu-Muslim unity bond at the Protest spot. We saw People reading shlokas out of a Geeta one side, as well as there was a display of reading stanzas from the Quran by the Muslim woman keeping their Roza. Even after such grave cold, women protested against CAA