The people of the Sangh were raining stones on the train, wearing cap and lungi

protest against the citizenship amendment law
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Protests are taking place in different parts of the country to protest against the citizenship amendment law

Meanwhile, six people were seen throwing stones on a train from Murshidabad in West Bengal. Two of these people have now been sent to police custody.

According to The Telegraph newspaper, these six people wore hats and lungi, all of which have been reported to belong to the Sangh Parivar. Two of these six people have been sent to police custody for five days. The remaining four boys are minors, out of which three have been booked under severe offenses and sent to jail for 14 days.

He has been admitted to the hospital due to poor health of a young man. The age of all minor youth is stated to be 16–17 years.

On this matter, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has also expressed surprise, "How much will the BJP fall to defame a community and set fire to Bengal."

The newspaper writes that 21-year-old Abhishek Sarkar, a member of ABVP, a student organization of BJP, was seen changing clothes near the railway tracks along with five other youths, after which all these youths threw stones at the engine of a train. The villagers caught these youths and handed them over to the police.

On Friday, he was produced in the Lalbagh court where apart from Abhishek, 22-year-old Prabhakar Saha, a member of VHP, was ordered to be sent to police custody.

Government ready to hear suggestions of those who oppose

The central government is ready to hear the suggestions of the people on the revised citizenship law in view of the protest on the citizenship law.

According to the news published in Hindustan, a top government official has said that these suggestions can be included in the rules being made under the law if necessary.

The government has said that rules are being made in consultation with the Law Ministry. Therefore, people who want to give suggestions can give. The government says that they are trying to remove the doubt built on this law in different ways.

The official has also said that the government was ready for this protest as well. The government anticipated opposition in the Northeast.

Detective racket exposed, seven navy personnel arrested

Andhra Pradesh Police has claimed that the intelligence agency has detected a spy racket belonging to Pakistan.

According to the news published in the Times of India, on Friday, the officials said that the intelligence agency has arrested seven Navy personnel including a hawala operator. He said that these arrests have been made from many parts of the country. Several other suspects are being questioned.

The racket has been jointly exposed by the Andhra Pradesh State Intelligence Department with the help of Central Intelligence Department and Navy Intelligence by running Operation 'Dolphins Nose'.