Shaheen Bagh movement all started with 15 women and a few men on the night of December 15 at this South-East Delhi locality against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the National Population Register (NPR).
The agitation has now caught people's imagination - it has its own Wikipedia page. Even the chilling winter and rain haven't deterred women of all ages, toddlers, teenagers, youth and men. Women and kids are at the forefront and have maximum impact on social media.
In Shabeenag posters, murals set up by independent artists across the Delhi in support of the protest. Here, the signboard says " We all are Shaheenbag Peoplle. We do not have any discrimination".
A group of students from universities in Delhi performing a road theatre against fascism targeting Indian government.
The kid comes here everyday and look at her mother who is coming to protest ground for last 40 days ,everyday.
A protester with an innovative placard against India's prime minister and home minister commonly called as Modi-Shah Duo.
Internet services were suspended on August 5, the day the Centre announced nullification of Article 370 and bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir into two union territories -- Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh. The digital blackout in Kashmir chas h no sign of restoration of the services in near future.
So a student holds poster in support of Kashmir.
Guest speaker is about to start deliver his speech.
In reality Spread over 25 bighas, the detention centre, being constructed at a cost of Rs 46 crore, is located at Matia in Goalpara, 129 km from Guwahati, and will be able to house 3,000 inmates. In Shaheenbag a dummy detention camp set up
Fatima Sheikh-Savitri Bai Phule Library, just about 50 metres from the main protest site of Shaheen Bagh, is giving protesters another way to register their stir apart from sloganeering.
The Graffiti on the wall at the back side of Shaheenbag.
Women who have joined the sit-in at Shaheen Bagh are facing difficult questions from their children as the public discourse around the anti-Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) protests touches a new low with each passing day.
An anti-CAA protester with candles.