Govt ready to talk to protesters at Shaheen Bagh, says minister. Adds a clause

The Delhi Police too have been requesting the protesters to clear the road, a 2.5km-long connection between Delhi and Noida, at Shaheen Bagh.

Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad in a tweet message on Saturday said the Narendra Modi government is ready to talk to citizenship law protesters at Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh if a request is made in a “structured” manner.

“The government is ready to talk to protesters of Shaheen Bagh but then it should be in a structured form and the Narendra Modi government is ready to communicate with them and clear all their doubts they have against CAA,” said the minister in the tweet. He also posted a video clip of himself answering a question on a TV channel.

The Delhi Police too have been requesting the protesters to clear the road, a 2.5km-long connection between Delhi and Noida, at Shaheen Bagh.

Despite a section of organisers pulling out on January 2, the protests at Shaheen Bagh have continued. From a replica of India Gate with names of those who died during anti-CAA protests, to a model detention centre to raise awareness, to graffiti and posters, the protesters have used unique methods to express their dissent.

Source: Hindustan Times

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