Hundreds of women protesters gathered at the Minar Gardens, near Salarjung Museum, on Monday to protest against the troika of issues — the CAA, NRC and NPR. Women from different walks of life, including school and college students, homemakers and working professionals joined in the protest.

The women protesters carried the Indian national flags, and placards with slogans, including, ‘Stop campus terrorism’, ‘Don’t transform universities into detention camps’ among others. They sang songs, including ‘Dil diya hai, jaan bhi deenge,’ a patriotic hit song from  Hindi movie Karma.

The youth were highly enthusiastic in making a point to the government. Around 15 speakers addressed the gathering, with several speeches laced with a mix of poems and slogans.

All participants opined that emergency was back in the country, which is trying to crush the Muslim minorities. This event was organised by Syed Falak, a karate athlete. The programme concluded with the singing of the national anthem.

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