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Delhi police clear out anti-government protest at Shaheen Bagh citing coronavirus

Reuters India Tuesday, 24 March 2020
Police in India's capital broke up the longest-running protest against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's citizenship law on Tuesday, citing a ban on public gatherings because of the coronavirus outbreak.
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Delhi Police on Tuesday vacated the Shaheen Bagh protest site to enforce the lockdown under Section-144 of CrPC that does not allow a public gathering. The...
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