Anti-CAB violence erupts in Delhi, 4 buses burnt, 2 injured
The situation turned critical when a bus was burned by the protestors and police got into action.
Anti-CAB violence erupts in Delhi after four buses burnt by a mob and two fire officials were injured in stone pelting as the protests against the Citizenship Act on Sunday.
The situation turned critical when a bus was burned by the protestors and police got into action. A photographer was injured in the stone pelting that took place during the confrontation between protestors and police.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday condemned the violence that took place in south Delhi, saying that protests should remain peaceful.
Kejriwal’s reaction came minutes after violence erupted near Jamia Nagar where police used batons and tear gas on anti-Citizenship Act protesters. Three buses were also set on fire in the area, following which Jamia Millia Islamia, Sukhdev Vihar and Ashram metro stations on Magenta and Pink lines were shut.
Students of Jamia Millia Islamia claimed that they were holding a peaceful protest when police “violently attacked thousands of students”, a report said .