At 29%, Delhi posts India’s most civilian injuries in cop action

IndiaTimes Monday, 20 September 2021
Civilians injured in police operations across Delhi constituted over 29% of the all-India figure of 226. In J&K, a hub of civilian protests in the past, 43 people were injured in police operations last year, just about one-fifth of the 201 hurt in 2019. The all-India count of police personnel killed on duty during 2020 was 24% higher than in 2019, even though the number of injured personnel fell by the same margin.
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