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AIMIM chief and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi on Friday once again said the Central government should withdraw the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and stall the process of NCR/NPR in the country.

Addressing a huge gathering at the Shastripuram Grounds near Nehru Zoological Park, the AIMIM chief asked people not to share any details with any person (enumerator) or police personnel or show any documents if they come to their houses. ‘Kya aap documents batayengeh?’ he asked to which the crowd replied in unison with an emphatic ‘Nahi’.

Hamed Mohammed Khan, president Jamaat e- Islami Hind (Telangana) said the Telangana government should make its stand clear on the CAA and NRC. “I request Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao to pass a resolution in the Assembly against taking up NPR in Telangana.”

Among others who spoke were Nisar Hussain Agha, Shia cleric and leader; Sardar Harbhajan Singh, chairman Gurudwara Barambala; Sharat Kumar, student leader Osmania University; Masiullah Khan, Chairman Telangana State Haj Committee; Maulana Asif Umri, head Jamiat e-Ahle Hadees.

Actors from the Deccani film industry Aziz Naser, KB Jani, Adnan Sajid Khan and Akbar Bin Tabar, participated in the ‘Tiranga Rally’. Adnan Sajid said the government should take into account the dissent by citizens and withdraw the Citizen Amendment Act. “It is wrong on part of the Union Government to classify people based on religion,” said KB Jani.

The meeting ended with participants singing national anthem and the AIMIM chief appealing to public to participate in a public meeting on January 25 at Charminar which will be followed by hoisting of national flag at midnight.



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