Guwahati: During the second and the final day of the 8th instalment of North East Festival, popular singer, actor, and director Zubeen Garg said that the protest against Citizenship Amendment Act is going to take place this year too but on “virtual platforms.”
He said, “No one will accept CAA, but this time we won’t take to the streets, but we will protest on virtual platforms, and I am the kind of person who does not stop until I get the job done.”
Garg even took a dig at people who walked out after the CAA stir cooled down a bit. He said, “I got sick and hospitalised, I forgot half the things in my life, I suffered a neural attack, I don’t remember half the things, and if I meet someone I have to ask his or her name because I forget, but I did not forget CAA.”
“I will keep talking about it, there could be BJP or Congress supporters, but I don’t care,” he said.
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