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    After 101 Days, Shaheen Bagh Protest Sites Cleared Amid Delhi Lockdown

    Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced a lockdown in the city as a precautionary measure to fight against coronavirus

    In view of lockdown in the national capital over coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Shaheen Bagh – the epicentre of protests against Citizenship Amendment Act, National Register of Citizen (NRC) and National Population Register (NPR) – was cleared on March 24th, 2020 after 101 days

    Delhi Police said that large gatherings have been banned under Section 144 over COVID-19. Nine people, including six women and three men, have been detained by police.

    Anti-CAA protestors in Jaffrabad (Northeast Delhi) and Turkman Gate (old Delhi) have also been removed.

    Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced a lockdown in the city as a precautionary measure to fight against coronavirus. One

    Across India, over 511 cases have been reported, including ten deaths. Thirty states and union territories have been placed under complete lockdown to contain the spread of the virus.  

    Delhi has reported 30 coronavirus positive cases, including one death.

    Photo credit: @Shaheenbaghoff1

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