SHOCKING: Rhythmic 'Jinnah Wali Azadi' Demand Raised At Shaheen Bagh Anti-CAA Protest

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A shocking video from Delhi's Shaheen Bagh anti-CAA protests has gone viral where protesters can be heard chanting slogans about Azadi and 'Jinnah Wali Azadi'

Written By Misha Bhatt | Mumbai | Updated On:

After 'Free Kashmir' posters emerged at the Gateway of India in Mumbai, and at St Stephen's College, Delhi, throwing a cloud over the intent of the protests that have taken place over the violence at the JNU campus on Sunday, now, an altogether more controversial chant has been raised at an anti-CAA protest at the Shaheen Bagh area in South Delhi.

In the shocking and viral video, anti-CAA  protesters can be heard raising slogans like; "Hum Lekr Rhenge Aazadi, Jinnah Waali Aazadi."

In the video, the protesters can also be heard raising other slogans like 'Gandhi wali Azadi', 'Nehru wali Azadi', etc, but their mention of Pakistan's Quaid-e-Azam Jinnah, whose efforts and politics towards his two-nation theory culminated in Pakistan being carved out from India on religious lines.

Earlier in the day, Delhi BJP spokesperson Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga posted the video of the Shaheen Bagh protests and called it to be a protest not against Prime Minister Modi, but India.

 READ | Now, 'Aazad Kashmir' poster surfaces at DU's St Stephen's College during pro-JNU rally

'Free Kashmir' Poster in Mumbai and Delhi's pro-JNU protest

Earlier, in a protest in Mumbai against the JNU violence, a demonstrator was spotted holding a 'Free Kashmir' placard. The woman later clarified that she was talking about the internet shutdown only. After the incident, the Mumbai Police filed an FIR against her, identifying her as Mahek Mirza Prabhu. The FIR was filed at the Colaba police station.

READ | 'Free Kashmir' poster spotted in Mysuru during protests against attack on JNU students

Post Mumbai's 'Free Kashmir' poster controversy, an 'Azad Kashmir' poster had surfaced at Delhi University's St Stephen's College on Wednesday, against the violent attack on JNU students. The students of St Stephens College of Delhi University also boycotted their classes and participated in the massive protest to show their solidarity with the JNU students. 

READ | 'Was pointing to Internet shutdown': Mumbai protester who held 'Free Kashmir' placard

READ | Mumbai Police files FIR against protester with 'Free Kashmir' placard at Gateway of India

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