Delhi police said, “today we tried to clear the main road in northeast Delhi’s Jaffrabad, blocked by over 1,500 women protesters who were protesting against the CAA (Citizenship Amendment Act).
The women protesters will also be encouraging Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad’s phone to hold a national attack since he leads protests now the Supreme Court earlier this month stated that”quotas and bookings for promotions to get government jobs isn’t a basic right”.
Entry & exit of Jaffrabad have been closed. Trains will not be halting at this station.
— Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (@OfficialDMRC) February 23, 2022
Demanding repeal of the citizenship legislation, roughly 200 women started the sit-in close to the Jaffrabad subway station each night; they had been spotted carrying national flags since they cried”Azaadi (liberty )” slogans amid heavy police presence.
The crowd swelled as kids and women joined them. “We need independence from CAA, NRC,” said one of these. The subway station was closed this morning as a result of protests.
Senior police officer Ved Prakash Surya explained that policemen are currently holding talks to clear the street, this morning. “We are holding discussions with the protesters so they depart… they can not block a significant street in this way. We’ve called paramilitary security employees too,” he explained.
This is the sit-in directed by girls in the capital following Shaheen Bagh – the epicentre of demonstrations against citizenship legislation – motivated agitations that are similar. A street connecting the capital to Noida, that was shut on account of this protest reopened after 70 days.
Tens of thousands of protesters – flags and placards – had accumulated contrary to the citizenship legislation at Jaffrabad metro channel.
With blue rings in their arms, the girls in Jaffrabad metro channel last night increased”Jai Bhim (Extended live Bhim) slogans.
Chandrashekhar Azad will direct protests now following the top court on February 9 stated that countries aren’t bound to give reservation in promotions and appointments also that”quotas aren’t a basic right”.
The nation has swept. While the government says it’s going to grant citizenship to minorities from three Muslim-majority neighboring nations, critics have called the legislation”anti-Muslim”.