New Delhi: Nearly a month after joining protesters at Shaheen Bagh, actor Sushant Singh on Sunday joined another protest in Mumbai against the Centre’s contentious Citizenship Amendment Act and said all must go to villages and interior areas to make people aware of the agenda of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).
He said this while addressing the protesters at Haj House in the metropolis on Sunday. “We have to remove communalism from the Indian fabric. Through a sustained campaign, we may be able to put an end to CAA-NRC, but the threat of communalism will remain,” Singh told protesters.
Last month, the actor had addressed a rally at Shaheen Bagh against the CAA and had said that the time has come for the youths and students to come forward and lead the way for everyone to follow. He had also said that the time for the ‘white-haired people’ is over now.
“Unless our voices are heard, and no solution is figured out, I and my family will continue to support you,” Sushant Singh had said at Shaheen Bagh.
The actor joined the protesters at Shaheen Bagh as they have been holding the agitation for more than a month over the CAA, NRC and NPR.
“Rebellions have emerged from every ‘Bagh’ (Garden) of our country. Once there was Jallianwala Bagh, and now there is Shaheen Bagh. This Bagh has spread such a fire that now there is a Shaheen Bagh in every city of this country,” he had said.