Lucknow: Anti-CAA

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Lucknow: Protests in opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Citizenship Register (NRC) at Ghantaghar in Uttar Pradesh's capital Lucknow have been postponed on Monday in view of the rising risk of corona virus for the final two months.

Official sources stated {that a} staff of high officers, led by Police Commissioner Sujit Kumar, had been attempting to persuade the agitating ladies since Sunday that the impact was seen at six o'clock this morning when the ladies needed to postpone the dharna demonstration until the specter of corona Agreed. He informed that the agitating ladies, nonetheless, left their dupatta on the web site of the protest as a symbolic protest. <! –

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                 Police has taken all the ladies safely to their houses.

Significantly, in protest in opposition to the CAA and NRC, ladies have been standing in Clock tower from final 17 January. This strike on the traces of Shaheen Bagh of Delhi was changing into a hindrance on the federal government's marketing campaign to cope with Corona and this was the explanation why police and district administration officers have been protecting in contact with the agitators.

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