Delhi

Two women activists held over riots

Two women with Pinjra Tod, women’s rights collective, have been arrested in connection with north-east riots, the police said on Saturday.

A senior police officer said that the women have been identified as Natasha and Divyangana. “The women were protesting at Jafrabad metro station and incited violence. They were also a part of several sit-in protests,” the officer said.

The Delhi Police have made over 1,300 arrests in connection with north-east riots so far.

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