CAA: Police arrested 20 individuals in Azamgarh, FIR registered towards 135 individuals

by Jeremy Spirogis
Arvind Kejriwal condemned mob attack on Nankana Sahib Gurdwara

20 individuals have been arrested for stone pelting in the course of the CAA protests in Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh. The police have filed a sedition case towards the protesters. Police has registered an FIR towards 135 individuals, out of which solely 35 are named and the remaining are unknown. On this incident, SP, T Singh said that, Section 144 is relevant within the district. Some ladies and kids gathered to protest, when the police tried to disperse them, some miscreants pelted stones on the police.

We will carry slogans of freedom

Superintendent of Police Triveni Singh stated on Thursday that some individuals got here to Maulana Johar Park Bilariaganj on Tuesday to protest towards the CAA, NRC and NPR, along with the alleged slogan of "We will carry freedom" apart from Prime Minister Narendra Used allegedly offensive language towards Modi and a selected neighborhood. <! –


Tahir Madni additionally arrested

Apart from lathi-baton, brick-stones, he was additionally armed with lethal weapons. A case of treason has been registered towards 35 nominees and a whole bunch of different unidentified individuals on this case. On Wednesday, 20 individuals, together with National Secretary General of Ulema Council Tahir Madni, had been arrested. The Superintendent of Police stated {that a} reward of Rs 25 thousand has been declared on the absconding leaders of Ulema Council Nurul Huda, Mirza Shane Alam and Osama on this case.

The park was flooded

A dharna demonstration was began on Tuesday afternoon on the Johar Ali Park in Bilariaganj city on the traces of 'Shaheen Bagh' towards the CAA. Which included all ladies, kids and males. Late night time police and administration officers requested individuals to finish the picket citing Section 144. But if individuals don’t agree, the park was flooded. After which individuals acquired offended and began a fierce demonstration on the street in entrance of the park on Wednesday.

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