Due to this, eight cases filed against former Governor Qureshi
Due to this, eight cases filed against former Governor Qureshi

Eight people, including former Governor Aziz Qureshi, have been booked for taking out a candle march against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Citizenship Register (NRC) late Sunday evening after passing it from India's Parliament. An FIR has also been lodged in 40 unknowns in the case. At the same time, on Monday evening, police arrested four people for demonstrating in Ghantaghar and Bibganj.

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According to media reports, according to Inspector-in-charge Gomtinagar Amit Dubey, late Sunday evening, at the Digdiga intersection near Fun Mall, CAA had gathered in large numbers to protest. On inquiry, information about the candle march was received under the leadership of Aziz Qureshi, former Governor of Mizoram and Uttarakhand. Giving information about the former governor being Section-144 in the area, he refused to take out the procession. On non-acceptance, a case has been registered against eight people, including Jalil, Mahfooz, Salman Mansoori, Wali Mohammed, Rehanuma Khan, Priyanka Mishra, and Sunil Lodhi, and 40 unidentified people with the former governor.

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Apart from this, Leader Faheem alias Chhotu was arrested on Monday for protesting against the CAA in Bibiganj on Sunday evening. ADCP Paschim Vikas Chandra Tripathi told that a case has been registered against 16 other protesting women along with Faheem alias Chhotu on SI Jitendra's Tahrir. Identification is being done by photos and videos, soon others will also be arrested.

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