Shaheen Bagh: 70 days later, protesters opened a street to Noida

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi. Protests in opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act have been happening in Shaheenbagh, Delhi for the final 70 days. Although the fourth day of talks with the protesters despatched by the Supreme Court for talks failed, the protesters today opened an alternate path to Noida and Faridabad.

It was informed that solely small autos, vehicles and bikes can undergo this route. The cause for that is that the width of this path could be very much less. This route goes to Noida and Faridabad through Holi Family, Jamia, Batla House and Abul Fazal. This path is nice in the direction of Noida going ahead, however the width of the street going in the direction of Faridabad could be very much less. <! –

                 The protesters have opened just one approach. However, barricades are nonetheless on the best way again.

It is being informed that the reason being that there isn’t a minimize on it and the Protest is being achieved on the best way again. There is not any reduction from the jam from its opening. According to police sources, it’s not attainable to open the barricade put in on the Mahamaya fly-over till a facet street of the Protest is opened, as there may be heavy visitors on this street.

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