Tigress Avni killing: Ten, including two women, detained for staging protest, sloganeering in Mumbai's Nariman Point
The ten people were protesting the death of the tigress Avni, near Air India junction on Tuesday afternoon. They were chanting 'save wild animals' slogans and started walking towards the Mantralaya.
Mumbai: At least 10 persons protesting against the killing of tigress Avni were detained by police at Nariman Point in South Mumbai on Tuesday, an official said.
The incident took place near Air India junction on Tuesday afternoon, where eight women and two men staged protests, the official said.
The protesters were chanting 'save wild animals' slogans and started walking towards the Mantralaya, the state administrative headquarters, located nearby, he said.
All the protesters were detained under sections of the Bombay Police Act by Marine Drive police. They were later allowed to go, he said.
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