Jamia Protests: Bollywood Celebrities Lash Out At Delhi Police

Publish On: 16 Dec, 2019 11:12 AM | Updated   |   Harshita  

MUMBAI: The Citizenship Amendment Act, that was passed a few days ago, is shaking the entire nation. Several parts of the country are protesting against the bill and while the people of Jamia Milia Islamia did the same last night, Delhi police's action has shocked everyone. 

Reports say that the Delhi police entered the campus of the University without any permission and started beating the students as well as the staff. The locals and the people of JMI started protesting in Jamia Nagar on Sunday and ended beaten up mercilessly.

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While the whole nation is condemning the act of Delhi police, several celebs too came in the support of the people and expressed their concern. Swara Bhaskar, who never shies away to raise her voice and is definitely one of the strongly opinionated stars, took to her Twitter handle and wrote, "Shocking messages of violence, tear gassing from #Jamia in #Delhi ! Why are students being treated like criminals? Why are hostels being tear gassed.. ??? What is going on #DelhiPolice ???? Shocking and shameful! #CABProtests."

Fukrey star Ali Fazal wrote in a very sarcastic tone, "Its funny,i felt hey ali lets play it safe all these years. And now i cant. a lot of my colleagues may not speak up at all.But i pray we all realise there is no job no career above humanity. socho, aur time kam hai toh act fast.irrespective of your political ideologies right now."

Vikrant Massey, who will be next seen in 'Chhapaak, reminded the society that the people have not forgotten their roots. He wrote, "This is a picture of students from holding photos of & opposing the
We haven’t forgotten our roots.
And we will fight to regain the lost sanity of this proud country ."

Not many A-listers have commented on the unfortunate incident but other actors like Sayani Gupta, Richa Chadha and many others raised their voice against this brutality by the Delhi police.