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CAA and NRC: CM Mamata Banerjee on the streets, Section 144 imposed
CAA and NRC: CM Mamata Banerjee on the streets, Section 144 imposed

A protest march against the Citizenship Amendment Act and NRC turned out in Kolkata under the leadership of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. Apart from this, Section 144 applied in Mandi House area in view of the protests of the Citizenship Amendment Act. Police teams have been deployed. Students of Jamia are preparing to march from here to Jantar Mantar. Parliament Street has been closed due to the protest in Delhi. The traffic police have issued an alert regarding this. Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi have left for Vadra Meerut. Here he will meet the families of those killed in violence during the protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act. Earlier on Tuesday, Rahul Gandhi thanked students, youth and party workers for joining the protest against CAA. On Monday, a protest was held against the CAA under the leadership of the Congress at the memorial Rajghat of Mahatma Gandhi.

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In her statement, Mamata Banerjee said during this time that the Union Home Minister is saying that NRC will be applicable in the whole country, but the Prime Minister is saying that there is no such proposal. Who is speaking the truth? At the protest rally, Mamta Banerjee further said that the fight against CAA and NRC is a fight for the country. BJP wants to divide India. People have started responding to the Center and the Jharkhand election result is a recent example of this.

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According to media reports, a protest march against the Citizenship Amendment Act and NRC came out in Kolkata under the leadership of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. On December 15, Aligarh SSP Akash Kulhari said about the violence at Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), CCTV footage which has come out true. Based on that, we have written in the report of the Supreme Court and High Court that AMU students were aggressive and deliberately created disturbances. Police used non-lethal weapons for self-defense. The matter is under consideration.

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