Jamia Coordination Committee member arrested in connection with anti-CAA protests in Delhi’s Jaffrabad
Police have arrested the media coordinator of Jamia Coordination Committee, who is accused of organising anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protest in Delhi's north-east distric
New Delhi: Police have arrested the media coordinator of Jamia Coordination Committee, who is accused of organising anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protest in Delhi's north-east district.
According to Alok Kumar, Joint Commissioner of Police, the arrested person, Safoora Zargar, is accused of organising anti-CAA protests in Jaffrabad area where the agitators, majority of whom were women, had begun protests against the amended Act last year.
Violence had later broken out between the protestors and CAA supporters this year in which at least 53 people including IB official Ankit Sharma and Head Constable Rattan Lal were killed.
Earlier on 6 April, a Delhi court had extended the police custody of a student of Jamia Millia Islamia, who was arrested in a case related to alleged planning of a conspiracy to incite communal riots in northeast Delhi, by nine more days.
The All India Students' Association said the scheme is nothing but a design to destroy permanent jobs in the armed forces
The gates of all the metro stations which were closed on Friday afternoon, were opened by DMRC after few minutes
Congress MPs and leaders sat on a 'Satyagraha' at Jantar Mantar in Delhi on 19 June in solidarity with the youths protesting the Centre's newly announced Agnipath scheme for recruitment in the Armed Forces