Citizenship Amendment Bill : Parineeti Chopra REMOVED as Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao Campaign?


I am a citizen of India and I have the right to speak against what I feel is wrong. There are thousands of students, men, women and senior citizens who have decided to take a stand against the CAB and NRC. Just because the celebrities are influential people and have a face value, doesn’t mean that they have no emotions. They are equally part of the constitution just like you and me. They have the rights just like we have and no one is an exception.

Parineeti Chopra who was the face of Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao campaign for the Haryana government has a lot the deal. People have speculated that the reason behind the government backing out of the deal is simple and clear. Parineeti stood up for the students of Jamia Islamia University who were protesting against the CAB and NRC.

She tweeted, “If this is what’s gonna happen every time a citizen expresses their view, forget #CAB, we should pass a bill and not call our country a democracy anymore! Beating up innocent human beings for speaking their mind? BARBARIC.”

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This news came right after ‘Saavdhaan India’s’ host Sushant Singh was removed from his position and the actor made sure the world knows. This news and Sushant’s tweet came after he spoke about how our country has ruined everything. However, the channel has given out a statement that they removed the actor because of his reason and not because he was appraising and supporting the students of Jamia Islamia University.

When the channel was asked for a formal statement, the channel mentioned that Sushant Singh’s contract ended and he was not removed. They stated that the next format of Savdhaan India did not require a presenter, and hence a new contract with the host wasn’t signed. The channel cleared the rumors and said that they have no political views, nor do they seek to influence the political views of its contracted talent.

But, according to some fans and related people, Parineeti ended her stint with Harayana Government in 2016. This means that she was removed or left the contract to work for Beti Bachao and Beti Padhao campaign and she was never a part of them again.

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Even though it’s pretty clear but Parineeti Chopra and her team are yet to answer the question or statement that has been surfacing the Internet since morning.

Parineeti Chopra is one of the first few Bollywood celebrities who spoke up or voiced her opinion over the CAB on social media. The Haryana government has related no official testament either. The situation in the country is getting worse day by day and today ie 19th December 2019, the city of Mumbai saw about 1.9 lakh people on the streets asking the government their rights.

The protest in Mumbai saw actors/directors including Farhan Akhtar, Shibani Dandekar, Huma Qureshi, Kabir Khan, Siddharth, Swara Bhasker, Sushant Singh, Mudassar Aziz, Anurag Kashyap, etc. were spotted at August Kranti Marg where along wit the public the celebrities stood against the government for what’s right, the protest was peaceful.

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Stand up Comedians Zakir Khan; Kunal Kamra, Mallika Dua, Mithila Palkar and Shweta Tripathi were also spotted at the protest. The celebrities took their social media to share the anger, frustration and the urge to have a constitution that is equal for all the communities in the eyes and voices of the students who were protesting.

Earlier, the protest was supposed to be held at Girgaon Chowpatty but police did not permit so it was shifted to August Kranti Maidan. Organizers were clear that no political party banner would be allowed at the protests. Mumbai ‘s protest was one of the mostly peaceful protests. People were allowed to gather at August Kranti Maidan from 4 pm to 7 pm and make their speeches and make their points clear. At 7 crowd winded up after singing the national anthem.

What’s your take on the CAB & NRC?


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