Chennai: Protesters gathered in Canan Rwandana at the outdated Washermenpet, which won the nickname 'Chennai Shaheen Bagh' in early 2020 when it shifted the positioning of steady agitation in opposition to CAA and NPR, on Friday to set out their outrage in opposition to the arrest of more than 100 incumbents for the Modern Entry of India (PFI) and Social Democratic Socialist Assembly of India (SDPI) everywhere in the nation.
Condemning the raids on the workplaces and residences of PFI and SDPI leaders On Thursday, more than 1,000 people, with many women, gathered to revive the abandoned Chennai Shaheen Bagh due to the outbreak of a pandemic Coronavirus in March 2020. After Shaheen Bagh of Delhi, which was the main protest venue within the nation as opposed to the CAA and NPR that the BJP authorities sought to introduce in 2019, led by the ladies. Also in Chennai, diversity of women was prevalent in 2020. The commission noted incitement to define their opposition to the union authorities of misusing the National Investigation Corporation (NIA) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) to intimidate people belonging to minority communities.
The DMK also came out here in opposition to the raids by the NIA and ED, saying they were an occasion to abuse the regulations. A spokesperson for the occasion, T Okay S Elangovan, stated that the PFI leaders had been arrested without evidence to oppose them. A tactic of intimidation used to oppose all democratic forces. He accused the BJP authorities of intimidating and repressing JI members.
Many quite different political leaders like Tamil Nadu Coordinator Makal Orimai Pravai (Tamil Nadu Peoples Rights Union), Okai Korenji, Thantay Periyar Dravidar Kazagam, Okay Ramakrishnan, condemned the raids and arrests.
Kuringi is referred to in connection with the dissolution of the National Intelligence Agency and Ramkrishnan stated that the BJP was ending the raids to create a tense scenario with the 2024 Lok Sabha polls in thoughts.