Indian Workers’ Association’s campaign demanding an end to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “tide of anti-Muslim acts” passed recently which grants citizenship to non-Muslim refugees from three of India’s neighbouring countries.
The Citizen Amendment Act fast-tracks citizenship for almost every religious minority — except Muslims — from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan. Indian Workers’ Association described the law as “undermining the basis of India’s secular democratic constitution.”
Indian Workers’ Association together with SOAS and fraternal organisation organised a march in London protesting against
Citizen Amendment Act (CAA) and National Register of Citizens (NRC) acts – stand with minorities in India on Saturday on 25th January 2020 local coaches went
Indian Workers Association (GB) called an anti-racism protest Against the Indian Central Government’s Citizenship Amendment Act & National Register of Citizens on Saturday 11th January 2020 in front of the Consulate General of India, 20 Augusta street, Birmingham B18 6JL
supported by Sameeksha, Chethana, Kranthi and Progressive Writers’ Association