Protests erupt in Hyderabad against Delhi violence, Security tightened
Security tightened up in Hyderabad after protests erupted on Tuesday night against the violence in Delhi that left 13 people dead.
Security tightened up in Hyderabad after protests erupted on Tuesday night against the violence in Delhi that left 13 people dead. People took out candle-light protests at Tolichowli, King Koti, Yakutpura and Seven Tombs road raising slogans against the Delhi police.
The protestors also carried placards demanding the withdrawal of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Population Register (NPR) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC). However, the protests on the tank bund were foiled by the city police.
A march has been called on the tank bund to condemn the Delhi police attack. However, the city police deployed large of police personnel and emptied the tank bund before 9 pm.
Appeal to all citizens of Hyd. We have to remain alert and united to see that no mischief maker tries to take advantage of the disturbing news from Delhi. Our Patrol cars and Bike patrols are your closest friend. Don't allow rumor mongering. Take pride in our beautiful city Hyd.— Anjani Kumar, IPS (@CPHydCity) February 25, 2020
I sincerely feel like praying to the national media not to show the disturbing visuals of Delhi riots. It disturbs the mind of common peace loving people.These are testing times for all of us and we all have to work together and ensure that mischief makers do not take advantage— Anjani Kumar, IPS (@CPHydCity) February 25, 2020
Meanwhile, the Hyderabad police commissioner Anjani Kumar asked the people to be alert and united and make sure that no mischief-maker tries to take advantage of the situation in Delhi. He further asked the national media to restrict in telecasting the disturbing scenes from Delhi.