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CAA: Anurag Kashyap said - At first thought he was dead, Jamia came and felt we are alive

In Delhi, there are protests in Jamia Milia Islamia over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Bollywood director Anurag Kashyap reached Jamia on Friday. Here he spoke openly. He said, 'You are dealing with the government of …



In Delhi, there are protests in Jamia Milia Islamia over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Bollywood director Anurag Kashyap reached Jamia on Friday. Here he spoke openly. He said, 'You are dealing with the government of the way which is doing different deals with your own people'.

What did Anurag Kashyap say in Jamia?

He said, 'I have come for the first time in Jamia. At first it seemed that we had died. But after coming here, we felt that we are alive. Seeing a movement, it seems that we are alive. Sheep cannot go inside like goats. For me, this movement started from Jamia. This battle is very long. Tomorrow, it will not end with the day after tomorrow or elections.

He said, 'We do not believe what the Home Minister does. We believe in what you do. At the same time, people who are not saying anything are with you in your silence. I only speak about my heart. They are afraid why you are not a spokesperson. They don't know love They know the language of violence. Seeing the courage of you guys, I came back on Twitter. I left everyone in the condition of everyone. You are dealing with that type of government, who are dealing separately with their own people.

Anurag said- 'They give contraceptory statements. They said they will not bring the bill. Then said that we will talk in three days. They talk the same where they are. I don't listen anymore As long as our fight is true. We do not know what this movement will take. It is a monologue, not a dialogue. One sided thing happens. Our security is the work of a home minister. The media has done us a lot of damage. That mirror has ceased to be. Media has become their speaker.

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