February 22 – A series of public protests broke out in India recently due to the new agricultural law, rising fuel prices and other issues.
On the 22nd, protesters clashed with the police.
On the 22nd local time, a protest team composed of members of the BJP Al-Shabaab clashed with the police in Trivandt, the capital of Kerala, India.
The protesters threw stones at the police. In order to disperse the protesters, the police used batons and fired tear gas. Several people were injured in the conflict and several protesters were detained.
According to the report, a series of protests broke out in India recently. Earlier, people protested in the streets in New Delhi because they were dissatisfied with the new agricultural law.
As a result, it turned into violence, in which nearly 400 Indian policemen were injured and one protester died.