new Delhi. A senior photograph journalist of a metropolis newspaper was allegedly crushed up by the police on Thursday in a protest towards the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Civil Register (NRC) in Mumbai for the previous a number of days.
A senior official mentioned that an inquiry has been ordered into the matter. State Home Minister Anil Deshmukh has assured strict motion on this matter. The incident occurred when Ashish Raje, joint secretary of the Mumbai Press Club and a newspaper photograph journalist, was protecting the 'Mumbai Bagh' demonstration on the strains of the Shaheen Bagh demonstration in Nagpada space.
Police have began dispersing Mumbai bagh! Please collect on the website in massive numbers close to Al Arabia restaurant at Mumbai Central. pic.twitter.com/3h5vM6X9AK
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February 6, 2020
While he was going to the protest website, two policemen allegedly pushed and beat him. <! –
A video associated to this incident has additionally surfaced, which is now changing into more and more viral on social media.