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03 February 2020 Current Events Fire Shot at Jamia Milia Islamia on Sunday Night

On Sunday night, a fire was shot at Jamia Milia Islamia's gate no 5 in South Delhi. The suspects are yet to be identified, one of them wearing a red jacket said the witnesses. The shot was targeted at the Jamia Coordination Committee that is participating in the protest against the amended Citizenship Law. The targeted location is also 2 km away from Shaheen Bagh where protestors have set up tent for more than 2 months now to protest against the CAA. No reports of injury have been reported so far.


Fire Shot at Jamia Milia Islamia on Sunday Night

On Sunday night, a fire was shot at Jamia Milia Islamia's gate no 5 in South Delhi. The suspects are yet to be identified, one of them wearing a red jacket said the witnesses. The shot was targeted at the Jamia Coordination Committee that is participating in the protest against the amended Citizenship Law. The targeted location is also 2 km away from Shaheen Bagh where protestors have set up tent for more than 2 months now to protest against the CAA. No reports of injury have been reported so far.




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