Toll rises to 19 from violence in New Delhi, says hospital official

Toll rises to 19 from violence in New Delhi, says hospital official
Toll rises to 19 from violence in New Delhi, says hospital official

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Members of Rapid Action Force (RAF) move past smoldering debris after it was set on fire by demonstrators in a riot affected area after fresh clashes erupted in New Delhi February 25, 2020. ― Reuters pic

NEW DELHI, Feb 26 ― At least 19 people have been killed in the Indian capital during clashes between opposing protesters over a new citizenship law, a senior hospital official told Reuters today, even as an eerie calm descended on some riot-torn areas of New Delhi.

“There are 15 patients in critical condition,” the hospital official from the Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital told Reuters, adding that a total of 19 people had now died at the facility. Police used tear gas and smoke grenades, but struggled to disperse stone-throwing crowds.

The clashes, which coincided with a visit to India by US President Donald , erupted early this week between thousands demonstrating for and against the new citizenship law introduced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Hindu nationalist led government. Critics say the law is biased against Muslims and undermines India's secular constitution. ― Reuters

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