Those Involved in Violence Must Introspect: Modi on CAA Protests
Catch all the live updates on the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act
Catch all the live updates on the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act(Photo: PTI)

Those Involved in Violence Must Introspect: Modi on CAA Protests

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday, 25 December, slammed those who damaged public property during protests in Uttar Pradesh against the amended citizenship law, saying they should understand that rights and duties go hand in hand.

Meanwhile, the NHRC has issued a notice to the police chief of Uttar Pradesh after receiving various complaints that allege "violation of human rights" in police action undertaken during the ongoing anti-CAA protests in the state.

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  • Priyanka Gandhi Vadra visited UP’s Bijnor on Sunday to meet families of two people killed in the violence
  • PM Modi accused some parties of “spreading all kinds of rumours” against CAA in his Ramlila Maidan rally
  • UP Police said 879 people were arrested and 5,312 taken into preventive detention during anti-CAA protests
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“Normal services have resumed in all stations,” it said.

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