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Shaheen Bagh Official Mar 21
We are enraged and deeply saddened by the continuing spate of violent attacks on our protest and community at large. Our resolve and courage has been tested throughout the course of this 100-day resistance, yet we stand here—undeterred and untired. (2/4)
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Shaheen Bagh Official Mar 22
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)
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Muhammad Sufyan Khan Mar 21
We Would Like To Die Of Coronavirus But Not By Citizenship Laws. Shaheen Bagh Protesters.
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Shaheen Bagh Official Mar 24
We understand and agree with the need for social distancing in view of the virus pandemic. Our protest was purely symbolic with only 2-3 women present at a time. In spite of these measures, why did the police come to remove us today?
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The New Indian Express Mar 16
Replying to @NewIndianXpress
Delhi government imposes partial lockdown in the national capital, banning religious, social, cultural and political gathering, including protests, comprising over 50 people till March 31 amid .
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Abdur Rahman Mar 19
Dist council of Parbhani in Maharashtra recently passed a resolution agnst CAA/NRC/NPR & showed way to other dist of India. India consists of local bodies & states. If they pass such resolutions, it will be counted in federal polity.
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Abdur Rahman Mar 17
have been d most peaceful & democratic, India has seen. Our women hav inspired people across d globe. In d wake of threat I appeal all organizers to suspend d protest in public interest. We will start again wid more vigor, strength & enthusiasm.
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Jungjoo Gernail ☪ 11h
My 2 dinars on recent events across India. The Tragic Consequence Of Half Truths In Indian Subcontinent
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moneycontrol Mar 23
ends deadlock, evacuates amid complete lock-down due to , Delhi Police has confirmed. Your thoughts? 🤔
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Jay® Mar 21
2 At Tested Positive For & Not A Single Appeal By CM To End Protest Proves That Have Been Organized & Sponsored By Him HowCan Still Allow them to protest while it NotOnly Endangers their Safety but Lives of other Citizens
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Tehseen Poonawalla Official Mar 19
I endorse . If has been cancelled then kudos to hona'ble shri ji. And I agree that ASAP all must stop. We cannot in the face of a global be complacent.
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Shaheen Baghs Mar 25
Replying to @ShaheenBaghs
Day 47 - 25th March 2020 The Protests continue online on Twitter as all sites have been paused all over India due to Tweet tagging us or by replying here your memories and photos of any to keep Shaheen Bagh alive RT!
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Dr.shakir Khan ڈاکٹر شاکر خان Mar 24
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Khalid Anis Ansari Mar 18
If Shaheen Bagh protesters do not call off the agitation now they will be soon be blamed for the transition from stage 2 to stage 3 of corona virus epidemic in the country. Extremely bad optics and awful strategy from the handlers of these protests.
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The New Indian Express Mar 17
Replying to @NewIndianXpress
The iconic protest site is not going to get empty anytime soon. Here's why!
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Proud Indian🇮🇳 Mar 14
Don't watch this video, it is edited. Muslims are the most tolerant of the whole world. We love you Austria.
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Aakash Joshi Mar 21
A piece that doesnt do justice to my grandmothers, but wrote it all the same because they would have been against the I justice of New India, each in her own way. For SundayeEye.
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TNI News Desk Mar 23
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Abhiti Mar 22
The women of Shaheen Bagh are amazing. They are following the government mandate and still continuing the protest. In aurton ko hamara salaam ✊
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Utkarsh Anand Mar 23
After 101 days, cleared by the , citing prohibitory order under Section 144 against assembly of people.
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