Bollywood personalities speak on controversial citizenship law

Bollywood personalities speak on controversial citizenship law

Bollywood personalities speak on 'controversial citizenship law'
The Indian government on November 12 last week enacted a "controversial citizenship bill" under which non-Muslim immigrants from six religions of Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan are considered Hindus, Christians, Parsis, Sikhs, Jains, and Buddhists. Citizenship is a provision. Under this bill, the Citizenship Act of 1955 will be amended to make illegal immigrants of selected categories eligible for Indian citizenship. Under this law, Indian citizenship will be granted to Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis, and Christians who come to India from 3 neighboring countries before December 31, 2014.

Massive protests began in several cities in India, including New Delhi, and six people were killed and more than 100 were injured in protests in India by December 16, when the bill became law.
During the demonstrations, the property of other institutions including Jamia Millia was also damaged due to the encroachment.

Actor Sushant Singh was ousted from his TV show 'Savdhan India' only after attending a protest against the bill and other actors and filmmakers were also opposed by Hindu extremists for speaking out on controversial citizenship law. Was criticized.

Controversial citizenship law has been criticized by Indian political leaders and calling it a 'partition of India', but now Bollywood personalities have also quietly recorded their protest, breaking this controversial law.

Showbiz figures voicing opposition to controversial citizenship law include Mirza, Farhan Akhtar, and Sonakshi Sinha, among others, while several Bollywood personalities have protested against New Delhi's Jamia Millia University students protesting against the controversial bill. Has also condemned


Actress Parineeti Chopra called the controversial citizenship law a 'death of India's democracy' and tweeted that innocent people are being killed in India for raising their voice, saying that we should legislate but others' opinions Should also be respected.


Acting Diya Mirza has raised her voice against the 'controversial citizenship law', saying that 'her mother was a Hindu, her physical father was a Christian while her upbringing father was a Muslim and all her documents contained a religion box. Still empty, will any religion decide whether I am Indian or not?


The actress further wrote that religion cannot declare her Indian or non-Indian, and she hopes that will not happen in the future.

Actor and filmmaker Farhan Akhtar wrote in his tweet the "Controversial Citizenship Amendment Act" and another controversial law passed this year, the National Register of Citizens, that read and think about the news stories across India. Why are important


Domineering actress Sonakshi Sinha shared the text of the Constitution of India and wrote, "What we were, what we are and what we are becoming."


According to the text shared by the actress, "We who live in India recognize the country's constitution and the law as secular, sovereign and democratic."

Actress Swara Bhaskar has also tweeted fans against controversial citizenship and invited fans to participate in the protest against the law.


The actress shared a post on the protest against the controversial citizenship bill, 'which wrote that India should stand up for redistribution.'

Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, while recording his protest on the controversial citizenship bill, called the Modi government a fascist, and wrote that Indians can no longer be patient;


Actress Priyanka Chopra also supported the students of Jamia Mallia New Delhi University, protesting against the controversial citizenship law and termed police violence against the students as inhumane.
However, the actress did not explicitly raise her voice against the controversial citizenship law

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