New Delhi Several policemen have been reported injured in the violence against Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAA) in Jamia Nagar, Delhi on Sunday. According to Delhi Police, DCP South East, Additional DCP South, 2 ACP, 5 SHO, Inspector and several policemen were injured in the violent demonstrations in Jamia Nagar. Head constable Maqsool Hasan Ahmed, who was among the injured, suffered a serious head injury, due to which he was admitted to the ICU.

At the same time, police said that 35 students detained at Kalkaji police station have been released.

On the other hand, Delhi Police has denied the report of entering the Jamia Millia University campus on Sunday. Several people were injured and many vehicles were damaged in violent protests in the Jamia area. Deputy Commissioner of Police (South-East) Chinmay Biswal said that the protesters were only forced to retreat, but the police did not fire any shots. However, he admitted that the police tried to identify the Udravis by entering the stone when there was stone pelting from inside the premises.

Biswal said, “6 policemen were injured in the violence and several protesters were detained.” He said, “Some of the protesters had come prepared to commit violence, so when they were stopped on the ring road, they turned to violence.”

Police, however, do not want to confirm that petrol bombs were used in Sunday’s violence. He also did not confirm whether the students were involved in Sunday’s protest.

Explain that the citizens and residents of the national capital had to flee to save their lives when the protest turned violent on Sunday over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). A crowd of about 1,000 people demonstrated about the CAA.

AFTER JAMIA, AMU TENSION VIOLENT PROTESTS IN BENGAL, CONDITIONS IMPROVE IN ASSAM

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At the same time, during the protest at Kargil Chowk in Patna, the miscreants set fire to four vehicles including a police post and damaged many vehicles. Also, more than a dozen policemen were injured in the stone pelting done by them. However, the situation is said to be under control.

Internet service has been banned in six districts of West Bengal in Malda, Uttar Dinajpur, Murshidabad, Howrah, North 24 Parganas and parts of South 24 Parganas to prevent those who spread rumors and false news, especially on social media. . In view of the incidents of violence in West Bengal, on Sunday night, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee held a meeting with senior officials of the state administration and police force in Kolkata. The Chief Minister directed him to be on high alert.

AMU proctor Prof Afif Ullah Khan also said that some security personnel were injured in the stone pelting at Bab-e-Sir Syed Gate. The police has closed all the avenues for admission to the university campus. Meanwhile, the university registrar Abdul Hameed said that in view of the prevailing situation, the university has been closed indefinitely and all the hostels are being evacuated.

At the same time, during the protest at Kargil Chowk in Patna, the miscreants set fire to four vehicles including a police post and damaged many vehicles. Also, more than a dozen policemen were injured in the stone pelting done by them. However, the situation is said to be under control.

Police release 50 Jamia students detained, picket ended. In Jamia Millia Islamia, 50 students detained during the protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act on Sunday have been released. A senior police official said that out of 50 students, 35 have been released from the Kalkaji police station and 15 from New Friends Colony police station.

On the other hand, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has announced the normal operation of the metro train. Earlier, gates of 15 metro stations in National Rajadhani were closed in view of violent protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Delhi Metro announced the opening (entry and exit) of all the metro stations by tweeting on Monday morning, so that the office commuters do not have to face problems. Delhi Metro also informed about the normal operation of trains at all stations.

At the same time, rail services between Nungi and Accra stations in South 24 Parganas district of the state were badly affected, as the protesters blocked the railway tracks and vandalized and opened fire at the Accra station. The mob also looted the money kept at the ticket counter of the station. Similar protests also took place in Domjur area of ​​Howrah district, Bardhaman and Birbhum districts. Here the protesters took out a rally and shouted slogans against the Narendra Modi government. In Malda district, protesters vandalized Bhaluka railway station and called for a rail and road bandh at Sagardighi. Officials said that so far during the demonstration in Kharagpur division, the damage to railway property till Saturday has been estimated at Rs 15.77 crore.

Due to this protest, this meeting lasted for about two hours at the Chief Minister’s Kalighat residence. A senior official said that this meeting was done on the basis of intelligence. The Chief Minister asked the police forces to take prompt action and take strict steps to deal with such incidents.

Police said incidents of violence, loot and arson have been reported in Nadia, Birbhum, North 24 Parganas, South 24 Parganas and Howrah districts. In Amdanga and Kalyani areas of North 24 Parganas and in Nadia district, protesters blocked the way and protested by burning wood on the streets. Tires were burnt along with shops being vandalized in Deganga area of ​​North 24 Parganas district.