‘The Indian Express’ ran the headline, ‘2 days after goli maaro’, while ‘The Telegraph’ pointed out that the incident took place on Gandhi’s death anniversary. Read More at ‘Hate speech to hate crime’: Newspapers link Jamia shooting to BJP leaders’ remarks on CAA protests | The Scroll
Congress workers rallied in playgrounds and stood holding hands to outline India’s borders and also took a pledge to defend the Constitution. Read More at Anti-CAA protest: Congress-led UDF forms human maps of India in Kerala | The News Minute
The petitioner has alleged that the UP administration was going ahead arbitrarily order seizure of property of people to deliver on Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s promise to take revenge on the protesters for political reasons. Read More at Supreme Court notice to UP on confiscating property of anti-CAA protesters | […]
Dr Kafeel Khan, who came to limelight in the 2017 Gorakhpur infant deaths case, was arrested for making allegedly inflammatory remarks at AMU during a CAA protest. Read More at Arrested for comments during CAA protest, Dr Kafeel Khan says he fears encounter by UP cops | The Print
Through successive headlines, the channel sought to portray the gunman as one who was involved in anti-CAA protests. But when the truth became obvious, it shifted gear to say the protestors had provoked the incident. Read More at Firing on Jamia Students: From Falsehood to Victim Blaming, Republic TV Spins […]
Delhi Police swooped down on journalists in the Raj Ghat-Red Fort- Daryaganj area of Delhi, said Press Club of India. Read More at Media groups accuse police of harassing journalist during anti-CAA protest | Business-Standard
Over 25,000 people including leading social workers, academics, Muslims, Dalits and Adivasis took part in a rally. Bhubaneswar: The Odisha capital on Thursday, January 30, witnessed an unprecedented protest march against the Citizenship Amendment Act, the impending countrywide National Register for Citizens and the National Population Register in response to […]
A person was injured after a man opened fire in Jamia area during anti-CAA protest in Delhi. The accused has been detained, police have said.
Every citizen, including the women at Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh, has the right to protest peacefully, especially, against government. And police can’t detain them.
Despite Amit Shah’s attempts to enforce strict discipline, a few BJP leaders like Narayan Tripathi and Chandra Kumar Bose have spoken against the divisive Citizenship Amendment Act. Read More at Anti-CAA Voices Rising Within BJP As Nationwide Protests Continue | HuffPost