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Amnesty International urges India to probe female harassment

Amnesty International urges India to probe female harassment
NEW DELHI: Amnesty International has urged India on Tuesday to investigate allegations that police officers were involved in female harassment at Delhi University.
A series of protests have been recorded so far in different parts of India, after passing anti-muslim law in the Indian parliament.

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Similarly, protest erupted outside Jamia Islamia University Delhi on Monday, a day after police crackdown the university students.
The law controversial new Indian citizenship law, which will fast-track citizenship for migrants from many religious minorities, but not for  Muslims, is the latest measures the Indian government has taken to marginalize Muslims.

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Amnesty International is calling the government to investigate allegations that police officers sexually harassed female students during protests at the Islamia University Delhi.

In the wake of unrest there, Students in other parts of India also took the streets in solidarity regarding the anti-muslim bill.

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