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Days After Jamia Shooting, Another Terrorist Fires At Protesters In Shaheen Bagh, Shouts Sirf Hinduon Ki Chalegi

Two days after a terrorist opened fire at protestors on student protesters of Jamia Millia Islamia, another terrorist on Saturday evening fired a gun at Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh, where a sit-in protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and National Register of Citizens has been taking place for over a month.

According to eyewitnesses, the man, who identified himself as Kapil Gujjar, opened fire close to the police barricades, nearly 250 metres behind the stage. He was overpowered by police personnel and taken into custody. He shouted Iss desh mein kisi ki nahin chalegi, sirf Hinduon ki chalegi (In this country, no one but Hindus can have their say),” and fired two rounds.

Reportedly, he threatened the protesters, warning them to vacate the place, before firing in the air. He was overpowered by police personnel and taken into custody.

The incident comes two days after a terrorist identified as Rambhakt Gopal Sharma shot at the peaceful student protesters of Jamia Millia Islamia on Thursday in Delhi. His Facebook posts have revealed that he wanted to carry out Jallianwala Bagh like large scale carnage at Shaheen Bagh.

Over the past month, hundreds of women, including grandmothers and children — have occupied a stretch of road in Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh, undeterred by rain, cold and threats, protesting against the highly sectarian and divisive Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) that gives fast track citizenship to non-Muslim refugees from neighbouring Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh, but intentionally excludes Muslim migrants.

The rightwing BJP-led Centre government has said the new law will be followed by a National Register of Citizens (NRC). That means Muslims must prove they were original residents of India and not refugees from these three countries. Non-Muslims listed in the law, by contrast, have a clear path to citizenship.

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Deemed discriminatory in nature, the act has propelled fears that the BJP seeks to undermine the constitution’s secular character and turn India into a majoritarian state.

Primarily led by women, the Shaheen Bagh sit-in has come to symbolise the ongoing nationwide struggle against the divisive act that shares worrying similarities with the rhetoric and policies of the Nazi German state between 1929-1940.

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