The anti-CAA protests have intensified across the nation. While the protests are largely intended to be peaceful, they are turning violent at a few places.

After police crackdown at Jamia and Daryaganj in Delhi and Mangaluru in Karnataka, the protests recently turned violent in parts of UP.

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According to a report by ET, at least 11 people have lost their lives in UP and this also includes an 8-year-old boy from Varanasi.

The child was killed in a stampede when clashes between the police and protesters turned violent. 

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Twitter erupted in anger after reports of the death of an 8-year-old kid emerged.

These protests are largely led by students and most of the other people who have lost their lives are also in their 20s.

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Some reports suggest that children in the age group of 12-18 years have also come out on streets protesting against the newly amended act.