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Cops use water cannons on NSUI workers at commissioner's office in Kochi

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Cops use water cannons on NSUI workers at commissioner's office in Kochi

Cops use water cannons on NSUI workers at commissioner's office in Kochi

Police used water cannons on National Students' Union of India (NSUI) workers in Kerala's Kochi.

They used water cannons during their protest march to the police commissioner's office on September 16.

Protestors demanded the resignation of Kerala Minister KT Jaleel for his alleged role in the Kerala gold smuggling case.


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