Anti-CAA protests at Jama Masjid: Thousands take to streets post afternoon prayers with Tricolour, read out Preamble to Constitution [Photos]

Carrying tricolour and 'Save Constitution' banners, thousands of people rallied in the national capital

FP Staff December 20, 2019 18:24:01 IST
Massive protest broke out in Old Delhi's Jama Masjid area soon after the afternoon prayers. Chandrashekhar Azad's Bhim Army also joined the protest march despite denial of permission from police. Firstpost/ Md Meharban
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Massive protest broke out in Old Delhi's Jama Masjid area soon after the afternoon prayers. Chandrashekhar Azad's Bhim Army also joined the protest march despite denial of permission from police. Firstpost/ Md Meharban
Carrying tricolour and 'Save Constitution' banners, thousands of people rallied in the national capital on Friday to continue their stir against the amended citizenship law. Firstpost/ Md Meharban
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Carrying tricolour and 'Save Constitution' banners, thousands of people rallied in the national capital on Friday to continue their stir against the amended citizenship law. Firstpost/ Md Meharban
Bhim Army said police first tried to detain Azad at Jama Masjid and later near Daryaganj, but he managed to get away both the times. Before giving the police a slip, he was heard raising slogans against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and also reading out the preamble of the Indian Constitution. Firstpost/ Md Meharban
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Bhim Army said police first tried to detain Azad at Jama Masjid and later near Daryaganj, but he managed to get away both the times. Before giving the police a slip, he was heard raising slogans against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and also reading out the preamble of the Indian Constitution. Firstpost/ Md Meharban
In the national capital, additional security arrangements were made in view of the Friday prayers and prohibitory orders were imposed in sensitive areas, still many gathered to protest against the citizenship law. Firstpost/ Md Meharban
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In the national capital, additional security arrangements were made in view of the Friday prayers and prohibitory orders were imposed in sensitive areas, still many gathered to protest against the citizenship law. Firstpost/ Md Meharban
Amid protests at the Jama Masjid, the police were seen using drones to keep a vigil, while Delhi Metro gates were closed at some stations, including in the Old Delhi areas. Firstpost/ Md Meharban
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Amid protests at the Jama Masjid, the police were seen using drones to keep a vigil, while Delhi Metro gates were closed at some stations, including in the Old Delhi areas. Firstpost/ Md Meharban