The Aam Aadmi Party's resounding victory despite the BJP's attempts to turn the Delhi polls into a referendum over the Citizenship Amendment Act, has given a boost to anti-CAA supporters.
Beginning February 14, the JNUSU is organising a series of events to mobilise support against the CAA, and to draw attention to the government's plans for NRC and others.
The last day of the protests will see students taking out a march on February 17 from Mandi House to Parliament Street.
A statement issued in this regard by JNUSU says, "Attempts to destroy the fundamental characteristic of the Indian Constitution by the RSS-BJP have reached a fever pitch.
Combined with the BJP's avowed plan of an all-India NRC process, this shall mean an end to secularism and social justice within the country.
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