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Kerala: Anti-CAA carols mark Christmas in several churches

This theme was used by a musical troupe in the St Thomas Marthoma Church in Kozhencherry.

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Thiruvananthapuram/ New Delhi

The Christmas celebrations in Kerala at some places witnessed some anti-Citizenship Act (CAA ) carols, but none could take away the merry cheers on Wednesday that the day brings.

Kerala has been one of the states at the forefront of the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protests. This theme was used by a musical troupe in the St Thomas Marthoma Church in Kozhencherry.

The group sang Carols in Muslim style and costumes, expressing solidarity with the Muslim community, who have been protesting against the CAA and the National Citizen Register (NRC).

Early Wednesday morning, Churches across the state were crowded as young and old waited patiently for the Christmas wine and cake.

In Delhi, on the eve of Christmas, people protesting against the newly passed Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) at Mandi House on Tuesday held posters with the slogan on it saying “All I”m getting for Christmas is Lathi Charged”.

Slogans of “Aazadi” and “Inqalaab” kept roaring in the air along with patriotic songs and jingles. People were also seen shouting slogans against the government and the media.

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