Protests in Shaheenbagh in Delhi ended

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Protests towards the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Citizenship Register (NRC) in Delhi's Shaheenbagh have ended


Delhi Police has opened the blocked path of Shaheen Bagh. Protests towards the CAA-NRC continued for 101 days. According to Delhi Police, the strike has been terminated in view of the outbreak of Coronavirus.

Delhi Police officers and policemen reached the protest web site early Tuesday morning to take away the protesters. After which the police eliminated the tent on the picket. Due to coronavirus, Section-144 has been put in in Delhi and lockdown has been achieved. <! –

                 Given this, the police have taken this motion. Let us know that earlier on Sunday, Janata curfew was carried out in the entire nation. Protesters of Shaheen Bagh additionally supported this curfew, since then there was a symbolic strike by which some ladies had been sitting on the dharna. Symbolic Protests had been being continued by holding the posts and slippers.

Let us let you know {that a} listening to is happening within the Supreme Court on this concern. 2 negotiators had been appointed to open the way in which for the Supreme Court. Who submitted their report in a sealed envelope to the courtroom on 24 February. Among the negotiators had been senior advocate Sanjay Hegde and Sadhana Ramachandran.

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