Casualties in the Citizenship Amendment Act protests

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Original short description: "2019–2020 Casualties in the Citizenship Amendment Act protests"

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The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) was enacted by the Government of India on 12 December 2019, a move which sparked widespread protests against the act and the associated proposal of the National Register of Citizens (NRC). The protests first began in Assam and spread swiftly to other states. This article contains only a partial list of casualties in the Citizenship Amendment Act protests, those caused by the police[1][2]

Estimates

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There is no single official figure for the overall number of peoples killed in the protest since 4 December 2019, but estimates for specific years or periods have been published by a number of independent organizations and are presented here.

Most, if not all, of the sources state that their estimates are likely to be underestimates.

Deaths

Template:Expand list As of 4 January 21 people were killed by police firing guns during the CAA protests in Uttar Pradesh,[3][4][5] 3 killed in Karnataka[5] and 5 in Assam. All the three states were ruled by BJP. Overall, 27 people were killed by police firing guns in the whole of India.[6][7] With 19 killed and 1,246 people arrested based on 372 FIRs lodged in the state, UP was the worst affected state with the biggest police crackdown in India.

Name Date Location Responsible party Death toll Victims References
12 December 2019 Guwahati, Assam Miscreants 6 Dipanjal Das, (23) [8][9][10]
Azizul Haque, (45) [8][9][10]
Assam Police Sam Stafford (17) [8][9][10]
Abdul Alim ( 23) [8][9][10]
Ishwar Nayak (25) [8][9][10]
Unknown Dwijendra Panging (35) [8][9][10]
19 December 2019 Mangalore, Karnataka Karnataka Police 2 Nausheen Bengre (23) [11][12][11]
Jaleel Kudroli (49) [11][12][11]
20 December 2019 Uttar Pradesh Stampede 23 Mohammad Aasif (20) [13][14]
Aleem Ansari (24) [13][14]
Zaheer Ahmed (45) [13][14]
Asif (33) [13][14][15]
Mohsin (28) [13][14]
Mohammad Anas (22) [13][14]
Mohammad Suleman (20) [13][14]
Mohammad Shafeeq (40) [13][14]
Arman alias Kallu (24) [13][14]
Muqeem Qureshi, age (20) [13][14]
Mohammad Haroon (36) [13][14]
Navi Jaan (22) [13][14]
Rashid (22) [13][14]
Mohammad Abrar (26) [13][14]
Mohammad Sageer (8) [13][14][12][16]
Mohammad Saif (25) [13][14]
Aftab Alam (23) [13][14][12][12]
Mohammad Raees (30) [13][14]
Faiz Khan (25) [13][14]
Mohammad Noor alias Noora (30) [13][14]
Mohammad Shahfroz (22) [13][14]
Bilal Pasha (31) [13][14]
Mohammad Wakeel (25) [13][14][17]
North East Delhi riots 23 February 2020 - 27 February 2020 North East Delhi, India Unknown 47 Mubarak Hussain (28) [18][19][20]
Shahid Khan Alvi ( 22) [18][19][20]
Mudassir Khan (35) [18][19][20]
Mohammad Furquan (30) [18][19][20]
Mehtab (22) [18][19][20]
Ratan Lal (42) [18][19][20]
Rahul Solanki [18][19][20]
Ankit Sharma 26) [18][19][20]
Vinod Kumar (45) [18][19][20]
Vir Bhan Singh (48) [18][19][20]
Ashfaq Hussain (24) [18][19][20]
Deepak (34) [18][19][20]
Ishak Khan (24) [18][19][20]
Shan Mohd (34) [18][19][20]
Pravesh (48) [18][19][20]
Dilbar (20) [18][19][20]
Rahul Thakur (23) [18][19][20]
Aman (17) [18][19][20]
Maruf (32) [18][19][20]
Salman (24) [18][19][20]
Faizan (24) [18][19][20]
Alok Tiwari (34) [18][19][20]
Babbu Salmani (33) [18][19][20]
Akbari(85) [18][19][20]
Ayub Shabbir (60) [18][19][20]
Monis (21) [18][19][20]
Aamir Khan (30) [18][19][20]
Hashim Ali (19) [18][19][20]
Aqil Ahmad (40) [18][19][20]
Aftab (18) [18][19][20]
Mohsin Ali (24) [18][19][20]
Nitin Kumar (15) [18][19][20]
Prem Singh (27) [18][19][20]
Anwar Qassar (58) [18][19][20]
Dilbur Negi (20) [18][19][20]
Arshad (22) [18][19][20]
Atul Gupta (45) [18][19][20]
Dinesh Kumar (35) [18][19][20]
Mohammad Shahban (22) [18][19][20]
Mohammad Yusuf (52) [18][19][20]
Musharaff (35) [18][19][20]
Parvez Alam (50) [18][19][20]
Sanjeet Thakur (32) [18][19][20]
Suleiman (22) [18][19][20]
Sayid (19) [18][19][20]
Zakir (24) [18][19][20]
Unknown women (70) [18][19][20]
Aqib (18) [18][19][20]
Naresh Saini (32) [18][19][20]

Arrests

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Injuries

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Missing people

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Torture

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Sexual harassment

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Media coverage

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Controversies

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See also

References

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  2. "More violence in UP, death toll climbs to 16; Protesters indulge in vandalism during Bihar Bandh". The Economic Times. 21 December 2019. https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/anti-caa-stir-death-toll-in-up-violence-rises-to-11/articleshow/72911914.cms. 
  3. "UP Police Say 57 Cops Had Bullet Injuries In Clashes. We Found Only One". NDTV.com. 4 January 2020. https://www.ndtv.com/india-news/citizenship-amendment-act-up-police-say-57-cops-had-bullet-injuries-in-clashes-but-only-one-found-2158556. Retrieved 4 January 2020. 
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