There's no dearth of finding a way to protest, especially when it comes to the young generation.
For the ongoing India-Australia match at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium, the authorities had banned black clothing fearing protests against the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Register of Citizenc (NRC) and National Population Register (NPR).
However, the protesters were already thinking way ahead of the authorities.
A group of youngsters, wearing white t-shirts with different letters written on their t-shirts, showed up at the match, and when standing in order, this is what the letters read:
They young protesters were hailed on social media as heroes.
In Wankhede Stadium people were not allowed to wear black dress, black cap. So they did this ðŸ˜‰ No one can stop the protests and the protesters. https://t.co/kJlh3Yn2Jy€” An Indian (@Congress_Army)
Anti-CAA-NRC-NPR Protest Reached Wankhed Stadium
Group of Anti CAA-NRC-NPR Protesters Inside Wankhede Stadium Wearing NO CAA-NRC-NPR Tshirt During INDIA Vs AUSTRALIA match#CAA_NRC_Protests#MUMBAI#INDvsAUS#WankhedeStadium#mumbaiagainstcab#MumbaiAgainstCAApic.twitter.com/gXEHUbkTIB
However, the protesters were quickly escorted out of the stadium.