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Two killed after protests against CAA & NRC turn violent in Bengal's Murshidabad

The police have reported that Two persons were killed and one was injured in a clash over a protest program against the CAA and the proposed NRC in West Bengal's Murshidabad district on Wednesday. The incident took place after a fight broke between the local TMC leaders and residents' forum 'Nagarik Mancha', which was observing a shutdown in the area against the Citizenship Act and NRC. The residents' forum was asked to withdraw the shutdown and the situation turned violent as both sides threw bombs at each other. Several two-wheelers and cars were damaged and set on fire. Src: https://bit.ly/3aQLcxl


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Dilip Ghosh: Surprised why nobody is dying due to Delhi’s chilly winter at Shaheen Bagh

While speaking in Kolkata, BJP’s Bengal unit President Dilip Ghosh made a controversial remark in which he said that he was surprised that no protester at Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh has died despite the capital’s bitter cold. He made the statement while referring to CM Mamata Banerjee’s claim in which she had said that 100 people died while standing in queues outside banks after demonetization. Dilip Ghosh said that it is 5-6 degrees centigrade in Delhi and yet nobody has died, while people died just by standing in queues for 2-3 hours. Src: https://bit.ly/2RB5FP5

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CCTVs in all stations and coaches by 2022, says Railway Board Chairman

Recently the Railway Board Chairman VK Yadav while addressing the media has said that Indian Railways has floated tenders for installation of CCTV cameras at all stations and in all train coaches by 2022. Yadav while informing the progress said that as of now the Railways has installed CCTVs at 503 railway stations across the country. He further added that INR 2,000 crores have been allotted for CCTV camera installation at 6,100 stations. Src: https://bit.ly/2F5IJQO

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Center extends AFSPA in Nagaland till June 2020

The Union Government has decided to extend the Armed Force Special Powers Act (AFSPA) in Nagaland for 6 months as the Ministry of Home Affairs asserted that the situation in the state is disturbed and dangerous. The enforcement will start from December 30 and will continue till June 30 in the next year. The AFSPA is an act that gives power to the armed forces to stop people from gathering in groups of five or more and even open fire if they find suspicious activity, to maintain the rule of law. Src: https://bit.ly/2sozEQI

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