About 100 organizations across the country have decided to launch a joint struggle against the Controversial Citizenship Law (CAA), the National Population Register (NPR) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in India.
According to a report by the Kashmir Media Service, these organizations have decided to fight under the banner of 'We are citizens of India' in a joint fight against the controversial citizenship law.
"We appeal to all those protesting against the CAA, NPR and nationwide NRC to come under the same banner," said Yogendra Yadav, founder of the Swaraj Abhiyan party.
"This is the first sentence of our constitution and there can be no other greater," he said.
According to the report, the aforementioned group will hold nationwide protests and protests in January.
According to Yogendra Yadav, the protest will start on January 3, the birth anniversary of Savitribai Flower.
Savitribai Flowers is thought to be India's first country to raise voice for women's rights in the British era in the subcontinent.
The group will protest after January 8, a day when farmers and left-backed trade unions have called for the closure of India.
According to media reports, the next demonstration will be on January 12, which is National Youth Day and Swami Vivekananda's Birthday.
The protest will take place on January 17, the day Rohit Vemula was assassinated by the then administration.
Yogendra Yadav said on January 26 we will raise our flag at midnight and make a human chain across the country on January 30.
Let us be clear that January 30 is Mahatma Gandhi's anniversary.
Social member and author Harsh Mander said, "There are two things in the government's playlist: first, to attack the Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University to make the issue communal and secondly it lied and misled the public that His party has not talked about the NRC since 2014, while in fact, Home Minister Amit Shah has mentioned the implementation of CAA, NRC in Parliament several times.
On the other hand, the famous human rights activist Tessa Setalwad said that the government's plan to decide on citizenship based on religion in India was rejected.
"This is truly a historic moment, I have never seen so much participation of citizens on a matter since the emergency," he said.
Mehr Desai, a senior human rights lawyer, said the NPR can only be done under the NRC.
He said otherwise you would do the census under the Census Act.
Student activist Omar Khalid said, "This is a citizen-led movement. No political party has any role here.
He added, "Our movement is based on non-violence. Violence is happening only with the BJP-ruled states or states where BJP, like Delhi, controls the police. Then they want to invite people to suppress this movement. '
He said that he would also pressure the state governments to bring any formal and legal resolution against the NPR and the NRC.