Delhi violence over CAA protest: Head constable Ratan Lal killed during clashes, several police personnel injured

Several vehicles, shops and houses were torched in Delhi on Monday, a day after clashes broke out between those against and for the Citizenship Amendment Act.

Press Trust of India February 24, 2020 17:39:01 IST
Delhi violence over CAA protest: Head constable Ratan Lal killed during clashes, several police personnel injured
  • A Delhi Police head constable was killed during clashes over the new citizenship law in northeast Delhi on Monday, a senior officer said.

  • Ratan Lal was attached to the office of the Assistant Commissioner of Police, Gokulpuri, he said.

  • Several police personnel have been injured in the clashes, he said.

New Delhi: A Delhi Police head constable was killed during clashes over the new citizenship law in northeast Delhi on Monday, a senior officer said.

Ratan Lal was attached to the office of the Assistant Commissioner of Police, Gokulpuri, he said.

Several police personnel have been injured in the clashes, he said.

Several vehicles, shops and houses were torched on Monday, a day after clashes broke out between those against and for the Citizenship (Amendment) Act.

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