How much loss Railways suffered during anti-CAA, NRC protests in West Bengal

Even the Malda branch of ER endured declines worth approximately Rs 24.5 crore, whereas the Howrah branch's declines were Rs 1 crore, it explained in a affidavit prior to the court Friday in experience of a PIL looking settlement to individuals and also the railways for reductions suffered from violence throughout the anti-CAA along with anti-NRC protests.


The issue is going to be adopted for hearing four weeks thus, the courtroom led.
What's CAA? 
In violence linked to protests versus CAA and also NRC from West Bengal in December 13 to 15, the Indian Railways asserted to have endured losses of possessions values Rs 84 crore.


Even the CAA attempts to overthrow the Citizenship Act, 1955 to create Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi, and also Christian prohibited migrants in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and Pakistan, qualified for citizenship of India.


Even the Eastern Railway explained within a affidavit in front of a division bench of the Calcutta High Court consisting of Chief Justice TBN Radhakrishnan and Justice A Banerjee it endured the brunt of their protests with declines amounting to R S 72.2 crore, using the most being at the Sealdah branch, that suffered settlement values Rs 46 crore.
Even the southeastern Railway, in another affidavit, stated that it endured losses into its own properties values $12.75 crore, for example trains, channels, along with paths.

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