Owaisi’s ‘Tiranga Rally’ against CAA taken out in Hyderabad


Team Udayavani, Jan 10, 2020, 3:53 PM IST

Hyderabad: “Tiranga Rally,” an anti-CAA protest led by AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi, was taken out here on Friday with thousands of people marching with the national flag.

Shops and establishments near Charminar downed shutters in support of the rally organised by the United Muslim Action Committee, comprising various Muslim groups. The rally which would cover a distance of about three km from Mir Alam Eidgah to Shastripuram began around 1 p.m.

“Nahi Chalega Nahi Chalega CAA Nahi Chalega. Hindustan Zindabad,” protesters chanted slogans holding placards.

The city police made elaborate arrangements and also regulated traffic in the old city.

Asaduddin Owaisi had earlier appealed to the public to participate in the rally to vent their opposition on CAA and NRC.

 

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

Coal minister suggests using Paradip Port Trust as coal hub

Trials in crimes against children to be completed in a year: Kerala CM

Modi govt making coastal security impenetrable: Shah

District bordering Kerala on high alert after 32 students test Covid positive

COVID-19: Total fatalities cross 30,000 in Kerala

PM Modi to offer prayers at Kedarnath temple on Nov 5

Timeline in cruise drugs seizure case

Related Articles More

Coal minister suggests using Paradip Port Trust as coal hub

Amarinder-Shah meeting over farm laws postponed

Trials in crimes against children to be completed in a year: Kerala CM

Modi govt making coastal security impenetrable: Shah

COVID-19: Total fatalities cross 30,000 in Kerala

MUST WATCH

Soma Poojary | Rice Cultivation Information Guide

News Bulletin 28-10-2021

Basavaraj Bommai at Hubballi

Geetagayana at Kaup Beach

Karnataka rajyotsava celebrations: Mass rendition of Kannada songs at Udupi DC Office


Latest Additions

Coal minister suggests using Paradip Port Trust as coal hub

Amarinder-Shah meeting over farm laws postponed

Trials in crimes against children to be completed in a year: Kerala CM

Modi govt making coastal security impenetrable: Shah

District bordering Kerala on high alert after 32 students test Covid positive

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.