The Anti CAA Protest turned out to be more creative

News Desk, News Nation 360:  On January 7, following the anti CAA gathering in Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh, some women from the largely Muslim neighbourhood of Park Circus descended on the local park, expressing their anxiety, disappointment and anger about the Citizenship Amendment Act. The eminent painter Wasim Kapoor joined these women. Some known faces such as Ashok Ganguli, Pabitra Sarkar, Bikashranjan Bhattacharyya, Md Salim, Abdul Mannan, Subhendu Maity, Srijan Bhattracharya, Pallab Kirtaniya, Dipali Bhattachartya, and so on were present to support this initiative. Oishi Ghosh was also present in this protest. The eminent painter Wasim Kapoor along with many artists created a 30 feet canvas assisted by their students. According to Wasim R Kapoor, the act will divide the country on grounds of religion and the essence of unity will be ruined. The agenda for the protest is to take back the act. He also added that India is considered a country of huge diversities within the advent of CAA and NRC. This protest was supported by Kolkata’s creative community.

Pic: Krishnendu Kundu

Report: Anustup Kundu

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