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Photos reveal horror of Delhi’s violent protests

Photos reveal horror of Delhi’s violent protests


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New Delhi, Feb 27, 2020:   Protests against the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Act took a violent turn in the Indian capital of New Delhi this week, with at least 32 dead in the ensuing riots. Here are photos from ground zero that reveal the terror that has engulfed the city over the past few days.

 

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Destruction and mess in a path are seen following the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) clashes in Delhi.

 

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Locals are moving from Bhagirathi Vihar in Mustafabad following the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) clashes in Delhi.

 

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An inside view of damaged and burnt Farooquiya Madrasah following the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) clashes in Mustafabad.

 

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Security members take measures following the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) clashes in Mustafabad.

 

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A police vehicle moves past burning debris that was set on fire by demonstrators in a riot affected area after fresh clashes erupted between people demonstrating for and against a new citizenship law in New Delhi.

 

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Poeple carry the body of an unidentified man after retrieving it from an open drain in a riot affected area after clashes erupted between people.

 

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A firefighter walks past damaged shops at a tyre market after they were set on fire by a mob in a riot affected area after clashes erupted between people demonstrating for and against a new citizenship law in New Delhi.

 

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A shop burns as a mob sets it on fire during violence between two groups in New Delhi, India, Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020. At least 32 people were killed in three days of clashes that cast a shadow over U.S. President Donald Trump’s visit to the country.

 

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Family members of Rahul Solanki, who was killed during clashes between Hindu mobs and Muslims protesting a contentious new citizenship law, weep outside a mortuary in New Delhi, India, Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020. At least 32 people were killed in three days of clashes in New Delhi, with the death toll expected to rise as hospitals were overflowed with dozens of injured people, authorities said Wednesday. The clashes between Hindu mobs and Muslims protesting a contentious new citizenship law that fast-tracks naturalization for foreign-born religious minorities of all major faiths in South Asia except Islam escalated Tuesday.

 

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A Delhi police officer makes announcements to warn residents from venturing outside their homes as Indian security officers patrol a street in New Delhi.

 

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Indian Paramilitary soldiers stand guard in an area that saw violence on Tuesday in New Delhi, India, Wednesday.

 

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People look at cars that were vandalized during violence .


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Jules Lefalot, -- Thu, February-27-2020, 4:46

THE USA DOESN’T BRING PEACE AT ALL : EVERYWHERE THERE ARE IN CHAOS. THE ONLY MOTIVATION IST BUSINESS. Don’t believe it? Trump said : "They are sending billions and billions of dollars now to the United States,"!!!! CASH....CASH... NOT RICE...`

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