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Police lands in jeopardy for wreaking havoc during anti-CAA, NRC protests

Left parties will on Monday stage a sit-in protest at Jantar Mantar against the police autocracy during the past few weeks in the country against 'discriminatory' Citizenship Amendment Act,2019.

Saima Siddiqui

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Published on 30 Dec 2019 7:05 AM GMT

Police lands in jeopardy for wreaking havoc during anti-CAA, NRC protests
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New Delhi: Exhibiting violence and inflicting attacks on the protesters during anti-CAA and anti-NRC protests, police is now likely to go down under trial for their unprofessional behavior.

Left parties will on Monday stage a sit-in protest at Jantar Mantar against the police autocracy and violently 'suppressing' the protest during the past few weeks in the country against 'discriminatory' Citizenship Amendment Act,2019.

Rights activists on December 26 had alleged that there was a “reign of terror” prevailing in Uttar Pradesh and the police was framing false charges against people to crack down on protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act and the National Register of Citizens (NRC).

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Nearly 26 people, including 16 from Uttar Pradesh, have lost their lives and scores were injured in police crack-down in the nationwide protests, that led to thousands being arrested.

Kavita Krishnan, who was part of a fact-finding commission that visited Meerut where people have died in anti-CAA protests, alleged that police was framing false charges against people to crack down on anti-CAA protests.

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Saima Siddiqui

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