Violent protests pre-planned reveals CCTV footage


Team Udayavani, Dec 24, 2019, 11:40 AM IST

Mangaluru: Days after the violent protests in Mangaluru against CAA resulted in the deaths of two people, police released video clippings purportedly showing protesters bringing stones in an auto-trolley, hurling it at the personnel and trying to destroy the CCTV cameras.

The video also shows protesters covering their face with clothes to conceal their identity and attempting to destroy CCTV cameras in a bid to wipe out evidences.

The video footages were released last night after the opposition Congress and the JD(S) claimed that the people who died during the firing were ‘innocent’ and nowhere connected to the violence.

Earlier the police appealed to the public to share any videos of the rioting incidents to help them in the investigations.

Meanwhile, in a Facebook post, Mangaluru city police thanked citizens of Mangaluru for their overwhelming support for sharing high-quality images of rioteers who formed unlawful assembly and were responsible for widespread violence. We are posting a few of photographs of these rioteers for identification and information about their whereabouts..

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