Anti-CAA protest News
The student leaders said in a statement a number of "innocent students" were booked on "flippant grounds" like their two-wheelers were parked inside the campus on the night of the violence They said in a memorandum to the ADG that almost all the students booked "have no criminal record" and pursuing cases on the basis of "wild charges" would damage their careers "We demand reinvestigation of the incident that took place on December 15 in which a large number of students were injured and some students are facing false allegations", it said
Protesters at Delhi's Shaheen Bagh have been asked to vacate the protest site in wake of the coronavirus outbreak in India. Resident Welfare Association members and police Tuesday afternoon spoke to the protesters and requested them to call off their protest. The agitators, however, have not heeded to the calls so far.
The ban on gatherings of more than 50 people in Delhi to stop coronavirus spread will also cover protests including the one against the amended citizenship law in Shaheen Bagh, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said on March 16. However, in the latest update, the Shaheen Bagh protestors will have refused to follow the order of the Delhi government
A night curfew was imposed and internet services suspended for 48 hours in six districts of Meghalaya on Friday after clashes erupted in Shella area of East Khasi Hills during an anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) rally. The six districts are--East Jaintia Hills, West Jaintia Hills, East Khasi Hills, Ri Bhoi, West Khasi Hills and South West Khasi Hills.
The protest took place on January 8 and Left-wing students of Vishva-Bharti University held a protest in front of the Vishva Bharti's central office. Anika is a first-year student of Silpa Sadan. On the basis of this, the MHA sent a letter to the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) asking Anika to leave the country within 15 days.
Internet services were suspended in Aligarh district of Uttar Pradesh after anti-citizenship law protesters clashed with police on Sunday (February 23). The violence broke out in the Uparkot Kotwali area of Aligarh resulting in stone-throwing, a portion of a shop in the area being set on fire, and a police vehicle being vandalised.