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Third Shooting Incident In Four Days At CAA Protests

Another incident of firing at an anti-Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) protest was reported from the Jamia Millia Islamia University in south Delhi on Sunday night. This is the third incident of gun violence in four days, and the second incident at the Jamia. The Jamia Coordination Committee participating in the anti-CAA protest claimed that there were two suspects, and one of them was wearing a red jacket. They came on a scooter and opened fire outside Gate No. 5. However, nobody was injured. According to police, students claimed that a shot was fired at the gate, which is 2 km from Shaheen Bagh. Mobile videos tweeted by police show people running for cover after hearing the alleged gunshot. The incident comes three days after a youth who goes by the name Rambhakt Gopal on Facebook fired at protesters outside Jamia on January 31. On Friday, February 1, a man named Kapil Gijjar fired a bullet at Shaheen Bagh. The police immediately caught him. The shootings took place in quick succession following the Union Minister of State for Finance, Anurag Thakur, encouraging the Bharatiya Janata Party workers to chant "Goli Maaro Saalon Ko (shoot the traitors)" slogan at a rally in Delhi's Daryaganj. Thakur was banned for three days from campaigning in Delhi after a video from the rally went viral.

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Third Shooting Incident In Four Days At CAA Protests

Another incident of firing at an anti-Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) protest was reported from the Jamia Millia Islamia University in south Delhi on Sunday night. This is the third incident of gun violence in four days, and the second incident at the Jamia. The Jamia Coordination Committee participating in the anti-CAA protest claimed that there were two suspects, and one of them was wearing a red jacket. They came on a scooter and opened fire outside Gate No. 5. However, nobody was injured. According to police, students claimed that a shot was fired at the gate, which is 2 km from Shaheen Bagh. Mobile videos tweeted by police show people running for cover after hearing the alleged gunshot. The incident comes three days after a youth who goes by the name Rambhakt Gopal on Facebook fired at protesters outside Jamia on January 31. On Friday, February 1, a man named Kapil Gijjar fired a bullet at Shaheen Bagh. The police immediately caught him. The shootings took place in quick succession following the Union Minister of State for Finance, Anurag Thakur, encouraging the Bharatiya Janata Party workers to chant "Goli Maaro Saalon Ko (shoot the traitors)" slogan at a rally in Delhi's Daryaganj. Thakur was banned for three days from campaigning in Delhi after a video from the rally went viral.

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Third Shooting Incident In Four Days At CAA Protests | Morning Coffee

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Third Shooting Incident In Four Days At CAA Protests

Another incident of firing at an anti-Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) protest was reported from the Jamia Millia Islamia University in south Delhi on Sunday night. This is the third incident of gun violence in four days, and the second incident at the Jamia. The Jamia Coordination Committee participating in the anti-CAA protest claimed that there were two suspects, and one of them was wearing a red jacket. They came on a scooter and opened fire outside Gate No. 5. However, nobody was injured. According to police, students claimed that a shot was fired at the gate, which is 2 km from Shaheen Bagh. Mobile videos tweeted by police show people running for cover after hearing the alleged gunshot. The incident comes three days after a youth who goes by the name Rambhakt Gopal on Facebook fired at protesters outside Jamia on January 31. On Friday, February 1, a man named Kapil Gijjar fired a bullet at Shaheen Bagh. The police immediately caught him. The shootings took place in quick succession following the Union Minister of State for Finance, Anurag Thakur, encouraging the Bharatiya Janata Party workers to chant "Goli Maaro Saalon Ko (shoot the traitors)" slogan at a rally in Delhi's Daryaganj. Thakur was banned for three days from campaigning in Delhi after a video from the rally went viral.

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