Bhim Army Party leader Chandra Shekhar Azad has been arrested over unleashing provocative speech at Juma Masjid. The FIR filed by the police at the Court said inciting speech made by Azad driven the people to march towards India gate.
The Utter Pradesh government has decided to seize the properties of the protesters on Citizenship Amendment Act . Fifty shop rooms have been sealed in Musafir Nager. The police informed the premise of the shop rooms to have used for protests.
Telangana High Court directed to conduct re-postmortem over the bodies of the four accused over veterinarian gang rape and murder.
A Terror threat was reportedly targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a public programme at Ramleela Maidan. The Prime Minister is scheduled to address a gathering of around 50,000 people at the function.
In Mangalore , where protest against Citizenship Amendment Act lead to conflict, curfew relaxed from 3 pm to 6 pm today. Curfew would be relaxed tomorrow also.
BJP leader Dileep Gosh said that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banergy talks in the language of Pakistan. The remark made by Mamata that United Nations should from committee in order to know how many persons would support Citizenship Amendment Bill.
The Centre is all set to impose curb on Television programmes in the back drop of strong protest sparked against Citizenship Amendment Act. Within the ten days after passing Citizenship Amendment Bill, it is the second alert from the Union broad casting ministry over restrictions on TV programmes.
Around 3,000 people arrested in Lucknow. Special force is deployed in communally sensitive areas. Curfew declared in 50 districts in Madhya Pradesh and many places in Gujarat till the end of this month.
Conflict erupted when the protest march against Citizenship Amendment Act started from Jumamasjid at old Delhi against Citizenship Amendment Act blockaded by the police at Delhi gate. The march including women and children was hindered by the police and Rapid Action Force. Keralite media persons came to report the news
Delhi court awarded life sentence and slapped RS 25 lakh fine to the convicted Kuldeep Singh Sengar, the expelled BJP MLA over Unnao rape case.