Nation faces trouble over Citizenship Amendment Act

In Delhi 20 Metro stations were closed down, internet services were shut down in many parts of Delhi

Nation faces  trouble over Citizenship Amendment Act

NH Web Desk

Major unrest swept throughout the country including Delhi, Mumbai, Lucknow.

In Delhi 20 Metro stations were closed down, internet services shut down in many parts of Delhi.

Police detained more than 1200 hundred peaceful protestors, drags women, uses force.

Police imposed prohibitory orders under CrPC Section 144 in Delhi amid protests against the amended Citizenship Act.

CAA stir: Airtel, Vodafone Idea, Reliance Jio suspended mobile data services in parts of Delhi-NCR

Rahul Gandhi tweeted, "This government has no right to shut down colleges, telephones & the Internet, to halt metro trains and to impose #Section144 to suppress India's voice & prevent peaceful protests.

To do so is an insult to India’s soul."

Law and order situation in the country is deteriorating. There is a fear among the people. I appeal to the central government not to bring this law but give employment to the youth."

Metro stations are closed. Internet services suspended. Section 144 has been imposed everywhere. There is no place to raise your voice, said Priyanka Gandhi

Those people who have today spent taxpayers' crores of rupees for advertisements to make people understand, the same people are suppressing peoples' voice: Priyanka Gandhi

At Mandir Marg, at least 70 people were detained including Congress leader Ajay Maken’s family.

Congress leader Sandeep Dikshit was detained by police at Mandi House, Delhi. He said, "I was not allowed to go to Red Fort (for protest), so, I came to Mandi House".

The communication broke as Airtel India suspended voice calling, SMS and internet data services in some parts of Delhi.

Shops were shut around Red Fort, Mandi House.

Delhi borders at NH-48 were sealed, thousands of people could not travel to Delhi for important work.

Long traffic jam was witnessed on Delhi-Gurugram Expressway due to police barricading.

Thousands of protesters marched against the amended Citizenship Act in Delhi and many other parts of the country.

The Road No. 13A between Mathura Road and Kalindi Kunj remained closed for traffic movement.

Many parts of the country saw protests and excessive use of force by police. 2 deaths in Mangalore and 1 in Lucknow were reported.

The internet services have been shut down in seven cities of Uttar Pradesh including Lucknow after Thursday's violent protests over the Citizenship Amendment Act

The whole nation faces undue trouble over CAA as Government totally fails in maintaining law and order situation.

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