• State-wide bandh call by Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi founder Prakash Ambedkar on January 24 in Mumbai to protest against the CAA.
  • The government has asked organisations not to break restricted laws and protest in a decent manner.

  • Anti- CAA protests that started within the mid-December are still proceeding without any major untoward occurrence.

  • Nearly 1,100 agitations sorted out to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) over Maharashtra were serene, excepting some occasions of violence.

  • Deshmukh gave credit to the protesters from different associations and the police force for their bonhomie in keeping up law and order.

  • Deshmukh said that the police drive is completely arranged for the state-wide bandh call given by Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi Founder Prakash Ambedkar on January 24 to protest against the CAA, the National Enroll of Citizens (NRC) and the wrong economic policies of the Centre.

  • Prakash Ambedkar said that 35 associations have communicated to take part in the bandh.
  • Apart from Congress and NCP, other political parties, such as the Samajwadi Party, Communist Party of India (CPI), Janata Dal (Secular), Workers Party of India and Muslim Association, will take part within the rally nearby a few social activist groups.

Credits: Free Press Journal