This poem recited by a TNIE journalist went viral on social media.
People from different organizations and the Muslim community held a protest rally against the Amended Citizenship Act in Chennai and Madurai.
The Jamia Coordination Committee, which comprises students from various political groups active on the campus, had called for a 'gherao' of the UP Bhawan.
Several protesters began marching from the Jor Shahe Mardan Qarbala and were stopped by police at a barricade on the way to the Lok Kalyan Marg in Delhi.
An all women's protest was also held in Bangalore on the same day.
Since the enactment of the CAA on December 12, protests have erupted in various parts of the country including the national capital.
When the student told the police that it is how she usually wears her scarf, she was allegedly told to sit outside the auditorium.
Karnataka's capital has become the nerve centre of protests and rallies over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) with such events taking place almost every day.
Heavy deployment of security personnel has been made at major points of the city.
Addressing a rally at Ramlila Maidan here, he said the citizenship law and the proposed National Register of Citizens have nothing to do with Indian Muslims.
Violence broke out on December 21 during demonstrations against the amended Citizenship Act in Uttar Pradesh as protesters indulged in arson and clashed with police in Kanpur and Rampur.
Continuing the protest against CAA, students gathered outside the Jamia Millia Islamia campus on December 21.
Earlier, Congress leader and former President Pranab Mukherjee's daughter Sharmistha Mukherjee was among 50 protesters detained near Home Minister Amit Shah's residence.
Shortly after the national anthem was commenced, people protesting over the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019 vacated the place without any argument.
Many students who were denied entry into the University of Madras to join the sit-in are likely to join the protest at Chennai's Valluvar Kottam.