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After being released on bail, Congress leader and social activist Sadaf Jafar today said that her “fear of being jailed and beaten up has gone away”.

Sadaf and former IPS officer SR Darapuri were released on bail from Lucknow Jail today. She also told news agency ANI that she will continue to protest until the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 (CAA) is withdrawn.

Both were arrested, during the anti-CAA protests on December 19, which turned violent in Lucknow. Vehicles were burnt, and over 200 people were detained following the clashes between the protesters and police. Sadaf was arrested while streaming the protests through a facebook live at Parivartan Chowk.

She, along with Darapuri were accused of rioting during the protests. Her bail plea was earlier rejected by a Lucknow court on December 24.

However, on January 4, the court granted bail, citing lack of evidence of violence against the two.

Before she was arrested, she had posted videos criticising the police for their alleged inaction during the protests.

Outrage against her arrest

There was massive outrage against the Uttar Pradesh government, following her arrest. Her family members had alleged that she was assaulted by the police while in custody.

Following her arrest, Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra slammed the UP police for allegedly manhandling her. The Congress leader also visited Sadaf’s family in Lucknow on December 29.

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