Rajasthan Groom Joins The Trend Of Printing Support For CAA Through Wedding Card

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Voicing support for CAA through wedding cards is becoming a trend in the country after a Rajashtan groom printed his support for the Act on his wedding invite.

Written By Gloria Methri | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Voicing support for the newly amended Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) through wedding cards is becoming a trend in the country, as yet another groom has printed a slogan in support of CAA on his marriage invitation card. 

Amit Kumar, local resident of Sikar in Rajasthan has printed a picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the wedding card, with the slogan "We support CAA and NRC"

speaking about his decision, Amit said, "I support the decision of PM Modi and it is in the interest of the country. I support it wholeheartedly," 

In a similar incident, a couple in Narsinghpur in Madhya Pradesh who got hitched January 18, extended their support for the CAA through their wedding card. 

READ | MP: Family Prints Wedding Card With 'I Support CAA' On It

'I Support CAA' wedding card surfaces from MP

In a unique new take on the polemics over the Citizenship Amendment Act, a couple in Madhya Pradesh's Narsinghpur extended their support by printing 'I support CAA' on their wedding card. According to the groom, he wants to spread awareness about CAA. "I want people to understand the facts about the Act," he added.

In another similar situation, a couple in Uttar Pradesh's Sambhal district displayed their solidarity with the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and CAA by writing 'We support CAA and NRC' in bold letters in Hindi on their wedding card.

The marriage card declares on the envelope its support for CAA. Inside, the card states even more prominently its support.

READ | Uttar Pradesh Couple Voices Support For NRC, CAA On Their Wedding Card

UP couple proclaims support for CAA 

A couple in the Sambhal district of Uttar Pradesh also expressed their support for the implementation of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

Mohit Mishra and Sonam Pathak, who are tying knots on February 3, have added a Hindi line in bold letters on their wedding card saying, "We support CAA and NRC."

Several protests had erupted across the country after the implementation of CAA and over the proposed NRC. Uttar Pradesh is the first state to have implemented CAA amid violent demonstrations all over the state. 

READ | Anti-CAA Protest: Plea In SC Over Traffic Blockade In Delhi's Shaheen Bagh

READ | Lawyers Read Constitution Preamble Outside HC; Call CAA "constitutionally Wrong"

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