Publish dateFriday 7 October 2022 - 12:50
Story Code : 259442
Amnesty International demanded the release of Afghan protesters in India
Amnesty International has asked India to release the detained migrant protesters who were protesting in New Delhi in response to a suicide attack on an educational center in Kabul.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Monitoring: These immigrants protested in solidarity with the victims of last week's Friday attack on "Kaj" educational center.
53 martyrs and more than 110 others were injured in the explosion in this educational center. 46 of the martyrs are girls.
In response to this attack, demonstrations were held in Kabul and some provinces of Afghanistan against terrorist groups. At the same time, some countries of the world witnessed demonstrations in response to this attack.
Following this, a number of Afghan refugees demonstrated yesterday (Thursday, October 6) in New Delhi, the capital of India, in solidarity with the victims of this attack, and were arrested by the Indian police.
Based on the information provided by Amnesty International, the Afghan refugees who had gathered in the Jantar Mantar area of ​​New Delhi during these demonstrations were arrested by the Indian police.
Amnesty International did not say anything about the number of arrests in its series of tweets.
But the Indian authorities and the New Delhi Police have not reacted to this request of Amnesty International. Indian media have not said anything about this.
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