In Delhi, prohibitory orders have been imposed in 12 police station areas of northeast Delhi
Bhim Army led by its chief Chandrashekhar Azad have been protesting near Jama Masjid against the amended Citizenship Act despite the police not giving its permission for the demonstration.
Protesters, carrying tricolor, raised slogans against the new law. Hundreds of protesters have been booked for taking part in protests across the country against the Act, reports India Today.
The situation across Uttar Pradesh remains tense in the wake of violence in Lucknow and Sambhal. As of now, the Uttar Pradesh Police has arrested over 350 people in connection with violent protests.
In Delhi, prohibitory orders have been imposed in 12 police station areas of northeast Delhi.
At least three persons were killed on Thursday as protests against the amended Citizenship Act raged across cities and turned violent in many parts, resulting in vandalism, destruction and arson.