Violence in Aligarh During Protests on CAA, Internet Shutdown, Uproar Over Permission to Install Tents

Violence in Aligarh During Protests on CAA
  • On Sunday, There was a Disturbance in Aligarh, in Upkot and Shahjamal Areas, Police Lathi-Charged and Chased the Protesters
  • DM said- some girls of AMU tried to spoil the atmosphere during the demonstration, they are being identified
  • Stops between CAA protesters and supporters near Maujpur in Jafrabad area of Delhi, police release tear gas shells

Violence in Aligarh: During the ongoing protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), there were disturbances in Aligarh on Sunday at two places in Uparkot, Shahzmal and Dehligate areas. First, some miscreants in Dehligate, who were among the crowd of protesters, threw stones near the religious site. Police and administrative officials who reached the spot explained the matter and calmed the case. Internet has been shut down from 6 pm to 12 pm. At the same time, stone pelting took place between two groups in Maujpur near Jafrabad, Delhi.

Earlier, the CAA protests in Aligarh took place in Uparkot area. Here some youths in the crowd of protesters pelted stones at the police jeep and set the transformer on fire. The police then lathi-charged the protesters and released tear gas shells. Aligarh DM Chandrabhushan Singh said- Everything was normal. The Imam of Jama Masjid was also talked to on Saturday. But on Sunday, some students of Aligarh Muslim University have tried to spoil the atmosphere. They are being identified. Damage to public property will be compensated by the miscreants. Violence in Aligarh During Protests on CAA.

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Violence in Aligarh During Protests on CAA

DM-SP Present With Force

All shops in Dehligate, Shahjamal and Uparkot police station areas have been closed. However, the tension is not diminished even after much persuasion by the authorities. SSP, DM, along with RAF Force is present at Upkot Kotwali.

Stones Between CAA’s Opponents and Supporters

BJP leader Kapil Mishra and his supporters were reciting Hanuman Chalisa in support of CAA near Maujpur in Jafrabad, Delhi. At the same time stone-pelting started between the opponents and supporters of CAA. On Saturday, on the lines of Shaheenbagh, the women started a protest against the CAA at the Zafarabad Metro station. A similar protest began in Chandbagh on Sunday afternoon.

Women in Support of CAA, Said- We Will Also Perform

The protesting women said that the protest would continue until the central government withdrew the CAA. At the same time, after stone pelting in Maujpur, a large number of women started picketing in support of CAA, which also ended after some time. The women warned that if the roads are not evacuated from Zafarabad-Shaheenbagh in the next three days, then we will start the protest again. Violence in Aligarh.

Gate to and fro in Metro Station Closed

Due to the demonstration of women, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has stopped the stoppage of Metro trains at Zafarabad station. The gate of the metro station was closed. Roads connecting Salimpur to Yamuna Vihar and Maujpur have also been closed. The protesting women are carrying the tricolor in their hands, shouting freedom slogans. Social activist Faheem Baig said – the government is being careless about this issue. The anger of the people is increasing.

People Came Out Against the Protest, Said – Empty All Roads

Demand for opening of all closed roads has started due to the ongoing protests against the CAA at Shaheenbagh, Zafarabad metro station and Chandbagh. Local people say that children are unable to go to school. People are losing their jobs. This is a violation of our fundamental rights. People have demanded from the Central and Delhi Government that all roads should be opened as soon as possible.

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