New Delhi: An attention-grabbing scene was witnessed through the Parliament march, introduced by the scholars of Jamia Millia Islamia, when feminine protesters waved their bangles focusing on the Delhi Police. The college students stated that the Delhi Police is just not permitting the march to proceed as a result of the BJP-led Central Government has instructed to cease it. He stated that Delhi Police ought to put on bangles, as it’s not permitting march to proceed.
Manjuri, a resident of Batla House, waving her bangles stated, 'They are performing like they’re carrying bangles of their palms, so it’s higher that they put on our bangles.' <! –
Earlier, the police lathi-charged the protesters close to Holy Family Hospital. This was performed to return the lathicharge protesters. But there’s a impasse between the protesters and the police close to the Holy Family Hospital.
Delhi: Protest by Jamia Coordination Committee continues close to Holy Family Hospital. They had known as a protest march in opposition to CAA, NRC & NPR, from Jamia to Parliament, however have been stopped by safety forces close to the Hospital in Okhla. Police is requesting them to return to Gate 7 of Jamia pic.twitter.com/zRwYR0bjCe
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The safety forces lathi-charged the protesters when the protesters threw water pouches and abused them. The anti-CAA march started a lot later than scheduled on Monday amid heavy safety from Jamia Millia Islamia. The police initially didn’t permit the protesters to march.
The Parliament march was known as by the Jamia Coordination Committee in opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC). An identical march was being taken out on January 30, on Mahatma Gandhi's Martyrdom Day, to Bapu's Samadhi Rajghat, throughout which a younger man, who described himself as a devotee, shot at protesters elevating slogans supporting the CAA, through which a scholar Was injured
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