Stone pelting again in Delhi, 7 deaths so far

ArticleStone pelting again in Delhi, 7 deaths so far


New Delhi: The protests in pror and against to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in the capital Delhi for the last three days took violent form on Monday and 7 people including one jawan have been killed. There is tense situation in Zafarabad and Babarpur areas on Tuesday morning as well.

The protests in North-East Delhi over the Citizenship Amendment Act have taken a communal color in a way. On Tuesday, the third day of violence in Maujpur, Kabir Nagar and Zafarabad, the situation is extremely tense. In Maujpur, stone-pelting started early in the morning, some vehicles were also reported to be burnt.

Till now there were reports of media being targeted by CAA opponents in Shaheen Bagh, but CAA supporters are also blocking media from coverage on the third day of violence in Maujpur and Zafarabad. After the nightly violence in Maujpur, CAA supporters on Tuesday morning turned off the cameras of journalists who went to coverage and placed them mobile in pockets.

There are reports of stone pelting and arson on Tuesday morning in Karawal Nagar. The Rapid Action Force (RAF) has carried out a flag march in the Brahmapura area following the stone pelting incident. Delhi Police said that stone pelting incident occurred again in Maujpur and Brahmapura areas this morning.

CAA supporters gathered at Maujpur Chowk in North-East Delhi since Tuesday morning. Some people started stone pelting towards Kabir Nagar. During this time, stones were also started from Kabir Nagar. The intermittent stonewalling from both sides continued till morning

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