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Anurag Kashyap demands PM Modi’s certificates

Anurag Kashyap is agitated with enforcement of CAA, and hence made several comments and a personal attack at PM Modi on twitter.
by Mohana Sravya Rayaprolu | January 12, 2020 10:25 IST
Anurag Kashyap demands PM Modi’s certificates

Anurag Kashyap, has always been vocal about his political opinions regarding the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) since when it was passed in the parliament. He has personally taken it upon himself to attend the Anti-CAA and NRC protest on 18th December 2019, at Mumbai’s August Kranti Maidan.

 
He directed his recent twitter post to Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself, where he asks PM Modi to show his certificates. He questioned regarding PM Modi’s birth certificate, his father’s and that of his entire family. He pointed out that as long as PM Modi himself has no problem to do so, he doesn’t have the authority to demand that from us. He further added that he demands PM Modi to prove his education. Intending to ask him to show a copy of his degree in "entire political science". His hashtag #f**kCAA has begun to trend amongst the protesters.
 
In his words (translated from Hindi to English), "Today CAA has been enforced. Tell Modi to first show his papers, his degree in 'entire political science' as well as his father's and family's birth certificate to the entire nation. Then ask for our papers. #f**kCAA". He further went on to comment that “This government will do dialogue if they know how to talk. They can not face a single question that's not been vetted, they don't have a plan, they haven't put out a system. This is a dumb government. Their CAA is like demonetization. No plan. No vision. Just bullying. #f**kCAA".
 
Many other Bollywood celebrities have voiced out their opinion in protest, regarding the same issue: CAA. Actress Swara Bhasker felt the need to call 10th January 2020 ‘A black day for India’, since CAA is in force, starting from then. Actor Farhan Akhtar has been facing a lot of hate for his protest against this decision of the ruling party. Actress Deepika Padukone also joined JNU students to protest against Delhi police brutality against peaceful CAA protesters.


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