TDN World Desk: “Where there is will, there is way”. Civil organisation United against Hate (UAH) seems to prove this idiom in practical field as the organisation has urged the people of the country to register their protestes against the CAA, NPR ,NRC from the balconies of their respective homes during the Janta-curfew, which the Prime Ministe called on the peole to obsertve on Sunday.

According to The Hindu, UAH has urged urged people to protest against the National Register of Citizens, NPR and the amended citizenship law at 5 p.m. on Sunday from their balconies, windows and gates.

Talking of their programme schedule on Sunday, Naddem Khan, leader of UAH told the Hindu,“First we will thank our sisters and brothers who are at ground zero taking care of the infected, supplying essentials…and then we will hold anti-NRC, anti-CAA placards in our balconies and windows and demand the government to roll back its decision to start the NPR exercise from April 1″.

However, Khan said that in fight against Coronavirus he is with the government “we are all in this together”. At the same time, Naddem Khan, urged Prme Minister to take measures to stand by the people who were rendered homeless and suffered human and material loses;” we urge him to rehabilitate people who have lost their homes in the riots in Northeast Delhi and are putting up in relief camps”.

Irkan Chaudhary told media that ound 1,200 people who lost their homes in the riots have been living in unhygienic conditions at a shelter in Mustafabad.

“The prime minister has asked people to remain inside their homes. What about those whose houses have been burnt and looted? They have no option but to live in cramped, unhygienic relief camps where social distancing goes for a toss and the risk of infection is high,” Chaudhury was quoted by PTI as saying.