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Violence against students at Delhi’s Jamia Protest, Hearing at SC on Tuesday

Violence against students at Delhi's Jamia Protest, Hearing at SC on Tuesday

TPE Correspondent
New Delhi, December 16

A day after violent protests in southeast Delhi against the new citizenship law, traffic movement was closed from Sarita Vihar to Kalindi Kunj on Monday morning as part of a precautionary measure. Meanwhile, the entry and exit gates of all metro stations were opened and services have resumed at all stations.

TheSupreme Court says it will take up matter relating to alleged police atrocities on students agitating against CAA in Delhi and Aligarh only if the violence, arson and damage to public property are stopped.

SC agrees to hear the pleas alleging violence against the peaceful protest of students opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act on Tuesday.

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