Amid the rising protest in Assam against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), protests have also erupted in Delhi and heated situation aroused in the national capital.
All the educational institutions in Delhi will remain closed on Monday amid the rising protests against CAA.
The students of Jamia Milia University have staged protests against CAA in solidarity with the ongoing protests in the state. The students of Delhi University and Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) have also participated in the protests.
Untoward incidents took place amid the protests as a result of which police have to use lathi charge and opened blank fire.
According to reports, 35 students were injured and hundreds have been detained by police. Police apprehended the students from the university campus and during the clash between the police and the students, six police personnel have also been injured.
The students of JMU have also gheraoed the police headquarters in New Delhi and thousands of protestors have come to the streets to protest against the CAA.
16 metro stations have also been closed down in Delhi while internet service will be suspended till 10 PM on Monday at Aligarh Muslim University and the university will remain closed till January 5, 2020.