In view of the ongoing protests across the country regarding the Citizenship Amendment Act, the term of section 144 in Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh has been extended till 25 February. This decision has been taken by the local administration. The District Magistrate has issued an order saying that all programs will be stopped. Without permission, there will be no program in the district. <! –
In fact, Section 144 has been extended till 31 January in UP. Internet service is still suspended in 21 districts. As conditions improve, the District Officer can restore Internet service at his discretion. In Uttar Pradesh, 1,246 people have been arrested so far during the violence against the Citizenship Act. Police reported this on Friday. The Uttar Pradesh police said in a statement that '1,246 people have been arrested in connection with the violence, while 5,558 people have been arrested.
Along with this, it was also said in the statement that a total of 372 FIRs were registered in the subject of violence during protests. Action has also been taken against those who post inflammatory posts on social media. Police said in its statement that '125 people have been detained on charges of writing provocative posts. 95 FIRs were registered under the IT Act. Action was also taken on 20,950 social media posts. '