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CAA protests: demonstrations after prayers at Jama Masjid, vehicles fire

CAA protests: demonstrations after prayers at Jama Masjid, vehicles fire

Hundreds of people demonstrated near the Jama Masjid on Friday against the amended citizenship law (CAA). By the evening, people did not take the name of the retreat and threw stones at the police, as well as people set fire to the vehicles parked on the road. It is being told that the police had to use water to remove the people. The fire in the trains has been extinguished. Chandrashekhar Azad, the chief of Bhima Army also participated in this demonstration. However, Azad was not allowed by the police. The protesters holding the tricolor and banners in their hands shouted slogans against the amended citizenship law. Slogans like ‘Save the Constitution’ were written on the banners.

Hundreds of people demonstrated near the Jama Masjid on Friday against the amended citizenship law (CAA).

CAA protests: demonstrations after prayers at Jama Masjid, vehicles fire
CAA protests: demonstrations after prayers at Jama Masjid, vehicles fire

People gathered at the gate number one of Jama Masjid and raised slogans of ‘Inquilab Zindabad’ and sang the song ‘Saare Jahan Se Achcha’. These people were monitored by drone planes. Some of the people involved in the demonstration also had photographs of Bhimrao Ambedkar, Kanshi Ram and Bhagat Singh. After the mass demonstrations in the capital Delhi on Thursday, this demonstration was led by the Bhim Army despite not getting permission from the police. Thousands of students, activists and opposition leaders protested in the streets on Thursday despite security reasons and prohibition in the capital Delhi. A large number of people of all sections of society are protesting against the revised citizenship law in the capital Delhi.

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