CAA Protest: Shaheen Bagh protestors to meet Amit Shah, return by police
CAA Protest: Shaheen Bagh protestors to meet Amit Shah, return by police

New Delhi: The protesters of Shaheen Bagh in Delhi, the capital of the country, could not meet the Union Home Minister Amit Shah. On Sunday morning, the protesters marched to meet the Home Minister, but after talking to the police, the protesters returned. However, heavy security forces have been deployed in the entire area as a precaution.

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Additional DCP Kumar Dnyanesh has told that the situation is normal and under control. However, some exhibitors came to the barricades. When he was asked about the appointment to meet the Home Minister, he accepted this and after talking, he returned. Earlier, DCP South East RP Meena said that Shaheen Bagh protesters told us that they wanted to march to their residence to meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah but we refused because they did not have an appointment.

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The Delhi Police had on Saturday night demanded a list from the protesters of Shaheen Bagh to name those who want to visit Amit Shah. Earlier, Delhi Police sources had said that the protesters want to take out a march at 2 pm and go to the residence of Home Minister Amit Shah. The police did not allow this march. If the protesters take out a march, then the police will stop them.

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