Two people killed in the city of Mangaluru in Karnataka during the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act, Reuters reported on Thursday.
One person has killed due to a firearm injury, during the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act in Lucknow on Thursday.
The deceased, according to sources, has been identified as Mohd Wakeel, a resident of Sajjad Bagh in Hussainabad area, IANS news agency reported.
Police opened fire at the crowd in Mangaluru who were protesting against India’s recent controversial Citizenship Act.
The police fired shots in the air and a curfew was imposed in areas under the jurisdiction of five police stations.
Section 144 banning large gatherings has been imposed in other parts of Karnataka too, including Bengaluru, where more than 100 protestors were detained earlier in the day.