Chennai: Protests towards the Citizenship (Modification) Act (CAA) and the police motion towards the protestors on Friday night time right here have been held by Muslim organisations in Chennai, Nagercoil, Madurai, Virudhunagar and different locations on Saturday.
In line with the police, through the anti-CAA protest in Chennai on Friday, some protesters hurled stones and chappals injuring some policemen. This prompted the police to resort to gentle baton cost and a few protesters have been detained, as that they had assembled for protest with out permission.
The protesters additionally demanded the Tamil Nadu authorities to go a decision within the Meeting towards the implementation of the CAA.
In the meantime talking to media, Chennai Police Commissioner A.Ok. Viswanathan mentioned that they had visited police officers who have been injured on the protest website on Friday and no public was injured.
Viswanathan mentioned permission has not been granted for holding the protests.
The Police Commissioner additionally met the Chief Minister Ok. Palaniswami on Saturday.
DMK President M.Ok. Stalin urged the Tamil Nadu authorities to withdraw the circumstances towards the protesters whereas condemning the police motion on them late on Friday.
He additionally mentioned the state authorities ought to allow holding of peaceable protests.
Stalin mentioned the protests have been held peacefully and he demanded the state authorities to go a decision towards the CAA on Friday night.
In an announcement, MMK chief M.H. Jawahirullah additionally condemned the police motion.
He mentioned Tamil Nadu police has been denying permission to carry protests in Chennai, Madurai and different locations just like that of being held in Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh.
Jawahirullah mentioned the police had not saved their phrase of giving permission to carry anti-CAA protest when approached. The protesters determined to carry a protest on Friday and the police took motion towards them.
He additionally demanded motion towards the police officers and launch of these arrested.