CCTV Footage Shows The Man Who Broke The New Delhi
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The owner of a travel agency in Seelampur in East Delhi has complained to the Delhi Police that his shop was damaged by policemen without any provocation while trying to control hundreds of protesters on Monday. Peoples took to the streets in Seelampur to protest against the amended Citizenship Act. A police bus and a picket were set on fire by protesters. The shop owner Anees Malik said that he has given the CCTV footage of the incident to the police and expects compensation. The front mirror of the shop is shattered, the computers inside are broken, and the telephone on the travel desk is broken. Pieces of broken glass are scattered on the table. Malik said, "I was at my shop till 2 in the afternoon. Some policemen told me to close the shop and go home because the situation might escalate, and since I am different, it would be even more dangerous for me in the crowd". He said, I somehow got the shutters closed, didn't lock in a hurry, and left. Later, I noticed that my shop was ransacked. On seeing the video clip, the policemen had opened the shutters and broke everything. Mr. Malik said that two people were seen beating by policemen, but they were not protestors. They approached me. Work at the store, he said. A senior officer at the local police station told him they would make up for it. Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Opposition to the amended Citizenship Act, which seeks to speed up the process of obtaining citizenship for non-Muslim religiously oppressed minorities from Bangladesh, has spread to many towns and cities across the country, with the biggest opposition seen in West Bengal and India.