LIVE: Protest still continues in Shaheen Bagh, protesting women will not say

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LIVE: Protest still continues in Shaheen Bagh, protesting women will not say - NewsGoLive
LIVE: Protest still continues in Shaheen Bagh, protesting women will not say - NewsGoLive

In the Shaheen Bagh area of ​​the capital Delhi, the protest that has been going on for the last one month is now being stopped. Following the court’s order, Delhi Police has held talks with the protesters and appealed to clear the way. Similar demonstrations have started in many other areas on the lines of Shaheen Bagh. Apart from this, the students’ protest against the action of Delhi Police will continue in Jamia and JNU even today.

Highlights

  • Demonstration continues in Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh
  • Delhi Police spoke to protesters
  • Students’ performance will continue in Jamia
  • The court ordered the police

Performance in Shaheen Bagh continues
Protests are still going on in Shaheen Bagh of Delhi. After the court order, the Delhi Police has appealed the protesters to withdraw, but the protesters are not ready to withdraw. The women involved in the protest say that first PM Modi should withdraw this law, after that he will withdraw. Till this black law is not returned, the protesters will not go away.

trending on Twitter # Chalozamia
The violence at Jamia University on Wednesday is completing a month. On this occasion, the hashtag of # Chalozamia is being run on social media, in which the police are appealing to protest against the action taken on the students. On December 15, Delhi Police entered the Jamia Campus, the university says that they had not taken permission for this.

Police protest continues in Jamia
Students at Jamia University continue to protest against the Delhi Police. On Tuesday, Jamia’s VC Najma Akhtar met the Commissioner of Delhi Police and talked about filing an FIR. On the other hand, the team of NHRC is in Jamia, which will talk to the students for four days.

Ruckus over Mani Shankar Iyer’s statement!
The leaders continue to go in the midst of the ongoing protests in Shaheen Bagh. On Tuesday, Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar also reached among the protesters and he fiercely targeted the central government.
Iyer said here, ‘I can do for you that I am willing to do. I promise this I promise in front of you all. Whatever support you want from me. . I am not saying I. I am saying I am willing to give it to me, and whatever sacrifices I have to give, I am also willing to join it. Now see whose hand is stronger, ours or that murderer’s?

Protesters will be removed in Shaheen Bagh?
On Tuesday, the court ordered the Delhi Police and the Central Government to take a decision according to public interest and implement law and order. After this, Delhi Police tried to talk to the protesters sitting in Shaheen Bagh. Thousands of protesters have been sitting on Kalindi Kunj-Shaheen Bagh road for the last one month, most of them are women. This protest is against the Citizenship Amendment Act implemented by the Central Government.

All eyes on Shaheen Bagh
The Shaheen Bagh area of ​​the capital Delhi is being tried to stop the protest that has been going on for the last one month. Following the court’s order, Delhi Police has held talks with the protesters and appealed to clear the way. Similar demonstrations have started in many other areas on the lines of Shaheen Bagh. Apart from this, the students’ protest against the action of Delhi Police will continue in Jamia and JNU even today.

Original source : Aajtak

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