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Bihar: Students engage in arson, attack officials after private coaching centres were shut down due to Covid

A large team of the police force was deployed in Sasaram, Bihar to bring the law and order situation under control following the violence.

United Kingdom: Police cars set on fire, woman protestor defecates on feet of cops in Bristol as ‘kill the bill’ protests turn violent

In a video that has gone viral, a woman protestors can be seen relieving herself on foot of a policeman as the protesting crowd cheered on.

Watch: ‘Farmers’ bully and pounce on a young girl as she confronts Rakesh Tikait on Republic Day riots

When the girl questioned Rakesh Tikait over the Republic Day riots, farmer leaders on the stage snatched away the microphone from her

From drone cameras to 50,000 security personnel ahead of Chakka Jam: How Delhi police are taking no chances after the 26th January insurrection

Security has been beefed in Delhi and the NCR after the call for Chakka Jam by farmer leaders, who were involved in 26th Jan insurrection

Congress continues to spread lies about rioter Navreet’s death, now Priyanka Gandhi goes to meet the family

Congress has been peddling the lie that rioter Navreet Singh died of a bullet injury despite his postmortem report claiming otherwise.

Those participating in violent protest and blocking roads to not get govt jobs, Bihar Police issues directive

Bihar police issued a circular warning people of stern consequences if they participated in violent protests.

Days after Republic Day riots, BKU leader Rakesh Tikait threatens govt with nationwide ‘tractor rally’ after October 2021

Tikait threatened to take out a pan-India rally of 40 lakh tractors if the government did not accept their demands by October.

Punjab village issues Tughlaqi farman: To fine families if they fail to send members to ‘protests’ at Delhi border

The diktat says that the families failing to pay the fine for refusing to send a member to the protest, will face boycott.

‘Farmer’ protest turns into caste rally as Rakesh Tikait incites more people to join at Ghazipur, refuses to back down

Addressing farmers at the Ghazipur Border, Rakesh Tikait had said they would not surrender before the police and demanded that a Supreme Court-appointed committee should investigate the January 26 violence in Delhi.

Congress leader Digvijaya Singh blames Delhi Police for Republic Day violence by ‘farmer’ protestors

While it was already known that barricades will be removed after Republic Day parade is over, Digvijay Singh blamed police barricades for riots

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