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Known as a firebrand student activist among her friends, Amulya participated in almost all the anti-CAA protests organised in Karnataka. A friend, who did not want to be named, told I ndianExpress. Amulya, her fellow activists say, was one who missed no chance in spreading word about the Citizenship Act.
She used various social media platforms, including the dating app—Tinder, to mobilise support for protests in the state. On February 16, Amulya wrote a Facebook post in Kannada which her friends said was the actual speech she wanted to deliver at the protest rally on Thursday. We children are telling you — nation means it is its people.
All people should get their basic facilities. All of them should be able to avail their fundamental rights. Governments should take care of the people of these countries.
Zindabad to everyone who serve the people. As per law, I am an Indian citizen. It is my duty to respect my nation and work for the people of the country. I will do that.
Let us see what these RSS guys will do. The Sanghis will get annoyed by this. Start your series of comments. What I have to say I will say. After she raised the slogan a few times, the organisers snatched the microphone from her.
She somehow breaks free and tries to address the gathering without the microphone. Amulya is not new to controversy.
She was among a group of women who heckled Postcard News founder Mahesh Vikram Hegde at Mangaluru airport earlier this year. On Friday, Amulya was charged with sedition, and sent in day judicial custody. She was denied bail by a judicial magistrate. On Thursday night, miscreants vandalised her house in Koppa. Her father Oswald Noronha filed a police complaint. I have not spoken to my daughter for the past five days.
She must be punished and action will be taken against the organisations behind it. Amulya Leona used various social media platforms, including the dating app Tinder, to mobilise support for the anti-CAA protests in the state. She now faces sedition charges and mobs have targeted her home. The Indian Express website has been rated GREEN for its credibility and trustworthiness by Newsguard, a global service that rates news sources for their journalistic standards. More Explained Why farmers are upset about paddy procurement delay Why YouTube has blocked anti-vaccine content Status check: water levels in India's main reservoirs What could happen next in Britney's conservatorship case.Women want real sex Leona
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