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Theatre persons, progressive thinkers delve into burning issues

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Mysuru: More than 30 theatre activists and progressive thinkers assembled at Kalamandira premises in the city on January 9, to interact on the prevailing atmosphere in the country over the policies of Central Government.

The interaction was especially on Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Register of Citizens (NRC) and violence in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus in New Delhi, that has sparked enough outrage in the society.
Writer Aravind Malagatthi opined that “the union government brought many policies in haste without adequate preparation and clarification, thus creating a huge burden for normal civic society. Demonetisation was initially about bringing out black money, while it helped in turning black into white. Now, it’s CAA and NRC. The problem is with the mentioning of all religions except one minority community in the Act. NRC need not be executed immediately, as some more time is needed for preparation”.
While I am happy to notice that all the youngsters are coming out to show their solidarity against the propaganda. I realise that Indian democracy is safe and youths will take care of it”, he claimed.
Theatre persons H Janardhan and S R Ramesh also expressed their views and urged that our country needs solutions for burning issues and it’s only later that we can think about other issues. 
Communist leader K Basavaraj, advocate P P Baburaj, publisher Abhiruchi Ganesh and dalith students association members participated in the session.
They also held placards to highlight the cause of hunger, Shelter, education, employment and to save the Constitution.
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