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When a 10 year old child questioned Journalist, “How can they expel me from my country?”

A 10 year old Muslim child named Mohammad Kaif was also among the thousands of protesters opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act in New Delhi on December 20. His head was hardly touching the barricade pole installed by the police.

A banner scripted with Rahat Indori’s poetry line “Sabhi Ka Khoon Hai Shamil Yahan Ki Mitti Mein, Kisi Ke Baap Ka Hindustan Thodi Hai” was waving just above him. Standing below the banner, Kaif innocently questioned a journalist, “How can they expel me from my country?”

The journalist was standing answerless with tearful eyes.

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