The United Muslim Action Committee (UMAC) will be holding a protest meeting against Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) on Saturday at Darussalaam at 6 pm. 

All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen(AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi along with party legislators and religious scholars will be participating in the meeting.

“There is an uncertainty among Muslims and the uncertainty is justified. According to the act if the name of any Muslim is not included in NRC, then they will not get Indian citizenship and a Non-Muslim will get the citizenship with the help of CAA,” Owaisi said.

“The consequences of the Act are against secularism...I request the people to participate and make the meeting being held on Saturday at Darussalam (AIMIM Head Quarters) a success,” the Hyderabad MP said.

The parliamentarian from Hyderabad also urged all those protesting against CAA to ensure law and order do not go for a toss.

“I appeal to protesters to take prior police permission by rolling out timings and route map to the cops. No one should face difficulty due to our protest. There should be no law and order issues,” Owaisi said.

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