Days after a shooter injured a Jamia Millia student for protesting in opposition to the Amendment of the Citizenship Act, a gunman around 4:53 pm on Saturday fired bullets in Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh locality, which has emerged because the epicentre of national protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act, news companies stated.

The accused, who recognized himself as Kapil Gujjar, now taken into custody by the police. He claimed to be a resident of Dallupura village close to Noida border, reported the media.

Delhi Deputy Commissioner of Police Chinmay Biswal stated the shooter fired within the air, and became right now overpowered and caught via the police employees gift at the protest website online.

Videos from the website online showed the man saying “Hamare desh mein sirf Hinduon ki chalegi aur kisi ki nahi [in our country only Hindus will prevail].”

Meanwhile, NDTV has pronounced that the gunman allegedly shouted “Jai Sri Ram” when the accused fired the gun.

A witness advised reporters that he all at once heard gunshots and the character was shouting ‘Jai Shri Ram’. He had a semi-automated pistol and he fired rounds, and the police have been status just behind him.

It can be noted right here that the Shaheen Bagh protest is an ongoing 24/7 sit-in non violent protest, led by way of women, that started out with the passage of the Citizenship Act in both houses of Parliament on eleven December 2019 and the ensuing police intervention in opposition to students at Jamia Millia Islamia who were opposing the Amendment.

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