What are we planning to do after this? Even if we succeed?
Should we continue trusting the current political system that allowed this to happen? Or should we get out and be part of creating a new culture of politics?

Passive participation in politics is proved not working, we need active participation. We need to do more than voting every once a while.

@kannan The government is headed by strong-willed authoritarians who sincerely believe in their goal of making India a Hindu nation. They do not care for protests, especially since they have the majority in parliament.

However the protests must go on, even if they don't succeed in the immediate goals of repealing CAA and NRC. (They won't be -- this will likely be a replay of demonetization.)

Greater civic engagement can at least slow down worse laws, and at best train future leaders.


Unlike before there is a big crowd of people who is used to forgive government's actions out in street.

And yes, we need people who are ready to at least get down on streets.

I have a feeling that a new front is arising from these protests, but I don't know how they will find each other.

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