New Delhi / Team Digital. Protest continues in all places from Northeast to North India to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Violent protests are taking place in many states. Meanwhile, public properties are being damaged. The Indian Railway has reported that the property worth Rs 88 crore has been damaged during the violent protests. <! -
Indian Railway: Railways property worth Rs 88 Cr damaged in protests against citizenship act- property worth Rs 72 Cr damaged in Eastern Railway Zone, property worth Rs 13 Cr damaged in South Eastern Railway Zone and property worth Rs 3 Cr damaged in NorthEast Frontier Zone pic.twitter.com/THXeJ9BFEp
- ANI (@ANI) December 21, 2019
Indian Railways has informed that a total of 88 crore properties have been destroyed during the protests of the Citizenship Amendment Act. In the Eastern Railway Zone, property worth Rs 72 crore has been damaged. At the same time, there was a loss of property worth Rs 13 crore in the South Eastern Railway Zone. Property worth Rs 3 crore has been damaged in the Northeast Frontier zone.
Violent demonstrations in the country
Explain that violent protests are taking place across the country against the Citizenship Amendment Act. Furious protesters are damaging public property. The capital Delhi is also not untouched by these violent demonstrations. There are incidents of stoning and arson here too.
Things are worse in Uttar Pradesh
On the other hand, the situation is worse in Uttar Pradesh. Violent demonstrations took place in many districts including Lucknow. According to the police, in 12 districts including Firozabad, Muzaffarnagar, Bulandshahar, Bahraich, Bhadohi, Ghaziabad and Gorakhpur, agitated protesters came on the road after the prayers and stoned and opened fire. 11 people have died in these violent demonstrations. More than 50 policemen are injured. A total of 667 people have been detained in these incidents. About two dozen vehicles were damaged.