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Winter Session begins tomorrow: 30 protests planned outside Parliament

Delhi Police has sent the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha secretariat a list of nearly 30 planned agitations that will take place during the month-long session starting Wednesday.

Written by Anand Mishra | New Delhi |
November 15, 2016 1:10:14 am
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As the government braces for stormy scenes inside Parliament with Opposition planning protests on demonetisation and other issues, several outfits have also planned protests, including half a dozen Parliament gherao programmes, during the forthcoming Winter Session.

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Delhi Police has sent the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha secretariat a list of nearly 30 planned agitations that will take place during the month-long session starting Wednesday.

Protests are planned outside Parliament on issues like government’s stand on triple talaq, missing JNU student’s case, pending dues for sugarcane farmers, reservation in private sector, among others.

In its assessment report on the law and order situation during the session, Delhi Police anticipates that the issue of missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmad could stage a comeback as the session begins.

Further, an organisation of Muslim Ulemas, the All India Tanjeem Ulema-e-Islam, plans to organise a protest march on the issue of triple talaq on November 18.

The report also mentions the ongoing protest by two gauraksha outfits at Jantar Mantar seeking cow protection, which are expected to continue during the session.

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