Coronavirus: Shaheen Bagh protest continues with five people, other follow Janta Curfew
New Delhi : On the day when India held Janta curfew to break the chain of spreading coronavirus, Shaheen Bagh continued their protest against the CAA with just five women sitting on the protest site on behalf of everyone.
Meanwhile, other protesters left their slippers to mark their solidarity with the protest.
Here is how the pictures from the protest site were shared on the social media.
In spite of all this, and in line with the State directives issued to contain the #COVID 19 threat facing our nation, we bravely continue our protest today with only 5 women protesters marking their resistance on behalf of all of us at #ShaheenBagh. (3/4)#JantaCurfewMarch22 pic.twitter.com/jNjfSPYSQU— Shaheen Bagh Official (@Shaheenbaghoff1) March 22, 2020
However, there were no protesters due to Janta curfew, it has been mentioned that they will return soon massively to the protest site.
We are committed to cooperating with the law of the land and request all our well wishers and sympathisers to abide by the same. We are all in this together. We will come back stronger. This is not over. (4/4)#JantaCurfewMarch22 #covidindia #ShaheenBaghProtests pic.twitter.com/tDZYjwvNjL— Shaheen Bagh Official (@Shaheenbaghoff1) March 22, 2020
It has been over three months since, the protesters have been sitting at the Shaheen Bagh road demanding removal of NRC and CAA.
Earlier, there were reports that they will not be moving from the site and instead provide hand sanitizers and masks to the people sitting there.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday addressed the nation and urged everyone to take part in Janta curfew on March 22 (Sunday), to break the chain of spreading Covid 19 in India.