Bilal Bagh: Protesters at Bengaluru's Shaheen Bagh express concern over Delhi violence
27, Feb 2020, 8:28 PM IST
As the anti-CAA protest has heightened all over the country, Bengaluru's Bilal Bagh, situated near Tannery Road, has now become one of the epicentres.
It started as a small gathering on February 8. But now it has become the Shaheen Bagh of Bengaluru. The place is crowded with women and students all day and night. 48-hour hunger strike was also held by the Bilal Bagh protestors.
The count in Bilal Bagh is said to be increasing every day.
The organisers of the protest have also installed seven CCTV cameras at the location to address safety issues. And they have also arranged a library for the protestors.
Public figures like Naseeruddin Shah, Jignesh Mevani also visited Bilal Bagh to express their support.
As the Delhi violence has shocked the whole country, Bilal Bagh protestors have expressed their solidarity with the victims of Delhi riots.