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Sadhguru’s Isha foundation deletes Twitter poll on CAA-NRC after 63% say protests justified

Several polls are being conducted on social media on CAA and NRC protest are proving to be quite revealing and some are also deleted

New Delhi: Amid protests against the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the proposed National Register of Citizens (NRC), some organizations and individuals have been putting out polls on social media seeking to gauge how people recognize these related issues.

A poll statement released by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev’s Isha Foundation on Monday, 30 December, asked users whether they think the agitation against CAA and NRC are justified, followed by a link to a video explaining Sadhguru’s stand.

But the poll was not available on their handle later in the day. However, the social media website users attached screenshots of the poll to point out how a majority of the respondents had voted in the affirmative to the question rather than in the negative before it was apparently taken down.

Several polls are being conducted on social media on CAA and NRC protest are proving to be quite revealing and some are also deleted.

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