Delhi’s Seelampur : protest turns violent

NEW DELHI : In recent violence, angry protesters demanding scrapping of the amended citizenship law clashed with police, pelted stones at them and broked many buses in Northeast Delhi’s Seelampur District.

Police resorted to baton charges and laid-off tear gas shells on the protesters WHO were walking from Seelampur towards Jafrabad.

Demonstrators throw pices of bricks and stones towards riot police throughout a protest against a brand new citizenship law in Seelampur

Clashes erupted between police and protesters at Seelampur Chowk once the safety personnel tried to prevent them from moving ahead.

According to a senior policeman, the protest began at around twelve pm. The protesters raised slogans against the new law also about National Register of Citizen (NRC).

A policeman is pictured throughout a protest against a brand new citizenship law in Seelampur

Police aforesaid the case is in restraint within the district. However, it’s not clear which? organisation was behind the protest.

Reports aforesaid that some individuals are harmed within the clashes between the police and therefore the protesters.

Meanwhile, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has closed the entry and exit gates of 5 stations near by the Seelampur district in northeast Delhi in sight the protest.

“Entry and exit gates of Seelampur and Gokulpuri ar closed. Trains won’t be halting at these stations,” DMRC tweeted.

Earlier within the morning Delhi railway system had closed Welcome, Jaffrabad and Maujpur-Babarpur metro stations.

The clashes erupted 2 days when violence broke out get in the New Friends locality in South Delhi.

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