Head constable died as a consequence of stone pelting in Maujpur, Delhi

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Raj Express Protests are seen in Delhi on the day of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Recently, the case of Maujpur in Delhi had come to the fore, whereas now the matter of conflict in Bhajanpura has come up. After this incident, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted on Twitter.

What's the matter:

In reality, in the course of the CAA protests in Bhajanpura, protesters set fireplace to buses parked on the web site. Meanwhile, a head constable of the police named Ratanlal died on the spot and DCP Amit Sharma of Shahdara was critically injured. When the state of affairs grew to become tough to manage, paramilitary forces had been deployed on the scene. <! –

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                 It goes on to say that earlier, these protesters had pelted stones close to the metro station of Zafarabad, Babarpur Gokulpur Johari Enclave in Mohpur and Shiv Vihar, as a consequence of which the metro stations had been closed.

The conflict has been occurring for 2 days:

According to studies, this stone pelting has been finished by the protesters since Sunday, which lasted until Monday. This stone-pelting occurred between two teams through which folks from one faction had been supporting CAA and other people from one other faction had been opposing. The conflict broke out a lot that, inside a short while, the 2 teams began pelting stones at one another. The case began from the Kabir Nagar space positioned close to the Maujpur metro station and reached Bhajanpura.

Chief Minister expressed sorrow:

After this incident, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted on the shoestry media flip Tweeter and wrote,

Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi Very disturbing information about disturbances in peace and concord in components of Delhi. I sincerely urge LG N. Honorable Union Home Minister to revive legislation and order and be certain that peace and concord stays. No one needs to be allowed to hoist the flag.

Fire in properties:

The controversy towards CAA elevated a lot that these protesters set fireplace to 2 homes in Zafarabad and Maujpur areas of north-east Delhi, inflicting the dispute to escalate. The police, overcoming the state of affairs, launched tear gasoline shells on these protesters. Not solely this, the hearth officers who got here to extinguish the hearth additionally harassed these protesters. At the identical time, after this incident i.e. from Sunday (24 hours), the Zafarabad metro station was fully closed.

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