Hyderabad: The Students Islamic Organisation (SIO) has constituted an emergency relief fund for victims of Delhi violence and collected donations in front of the mosques after the Juma prayers.
Protests against the CAA-NPR-NRC were also organised at various places. Youths shouted slogans against the Centre for the Delhi violence after Juma prayer at the Macca Masjid.
An unorganized group who offered Juma prayer at Macca Masjid demonstrated near Moghalpura against the Delhi violence. They raised slogans against Prime Minster Narendra Modi, Union home minster Amit Shah and the Delhi Police. The Police allowed them to protest for a few minutes and later got them to disperse.
Tight security arrangements had been made to avert any untoward incident. A large number of police personnel as well as from the Rapid Action Force (RAF) were deployed in and around Charminar and Macca Masjid.
In Saidabad, a protest was held opposite the old ACP Office. After performing Juma prayer at Ujale Shah, protesters demonstrated holding black flags and placards. They raised slogans against CAA, NPR and NRC. They tried to take out a rally, but police personnel stopped them. They also condemned the Delhi police for its role in violence and demanded action against police officials involved in violence and rioters.
A mass protest was held in front of Jamia Masjid Azizia, Humayunnagar, Mehdipatnam. A group of youths which is continually demonstrating post Juma prayers at the Mehdipatnam crossroads held a sit-in for about 30 minutes and expressed the solidarity with the victims of Delhi violence.
The Students Islamic Organisation collected donations in front of mosques after the Juma prayer. A group collected donations at Jamia Masjid, Moazzampura, Mallepally. A group of educated youths conducted a signature campaign in various parts of the Old City to petition the TRS government to stay the NPR exercise. Imams of mosques prayed for peace, harmony and tranquillity in the country.