If you think the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) are against the law, you have the right to protest. But not by going against the law and regulations set by the authorities that have nothing to do with such things.
However, some people seem too foolish to understand the simple concept and these students are just the same.
After authorities banned the use of colour black and any slogans related to CAA and NRC at the Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium, some students found a different route to protest against the same.
The students wore t-shirts with No CAA No NRC written on them and hide them under their shirts. During the 20th over of the ODI match against India and Australia, the students took off the shirt to reveal the unnecessary.
The folk was soon escorted off the ground for not adhering with the regulations set by the authorities.
As far as the first ODI between India and Australia is concerned, the likes of David Warner and Aaron Finch thrashed India’s bowling to register a historic 10 wickets win at Wankhede. This was the first time Australia has won against India by 10 wickets in ODIs in the history of the game.
India was bundled out for 255 playing first. Shikhar Dhawan (74) was the highest scorer for India.