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13 Nov 2019 | 11:56 AM UTC

India: Lawyers continue protests in Delhi November 13 /update 2

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Lawyers continue to stage protests in Delhi November 13; heightened security presence and localized traffic disruption expected

TIMEFRAME expected from 11/13/2019, 12:00 AM until 11/15/2019, 11:59 PM (Asia/Kolkata). COUNTRY/REGION Dehli

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Event

Lawyers from all Delhi district courts called for a protest on Wednesday, November 13, as they enter their 11th day of strike to demand the arrest of policemen involved in an early November incident that resulted in clashes. Protesters are expected to march form Patiala House Court to India Gate. Further information regarding the time of the protest was not immediately available.

Further related protests are possible in the coming days. A heightened security presence and localized transportation disruptions are likely in the vicinity of all protests.

Context

Violent clashes broke out between police forces and lawyers at the Tis Hazari court following an altercation over a parking spot on November 2, injuring 60. The clashes triggered strike and protest movements from both lawyers and police forces across Delhi.

Advice

Individuals in Delhi are advised to monitor the situation, avoid all demonstrations as a precaution, anticipate a heightened security presence, and adhere to all instructions issued by the local authorities.

 

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