MOSCOW- Russian Police Forces have arrested hundreds of people protesting against the Russian overrun against Ukraine.
Since February 24, 2022, in Russia, protests are still going on at different locations to stop this war against Ukraine.
In Moscow, Police arrested many protestors having placards with the anti-war slogans “Enough” to show their willingness to piece.
According to The Associated Press media, Russians came out in the streets. The protestors had placards to protest against the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The protests have been around since Friday and are still ongoing.
Different reports state that Police are arresting hundreds of Russians daily, protesting against Russia-Ukraine invades in the different cities of Russia.
On Sunday, The people living in different cities from Moscow to Siberia came into the streets for the protests.
The protestors did marches in the cities’ main areas with the slogans, ‘no to war.’
In Saint Petersburg, a city in Russia, hundreds of people rushed out of their homes at different city locations.
Police arrested many protesters and pulled some to police vans, even though the demonstration was peaceful.
OVD-Info rights group that tracks the political arrests, states that Police arrested at least 356 Russians in 32 different cities. Around Russia, the arrested people were protesting anti-war demonstrations by Sunday afternoon.
One of the Dozhd reporters, a Russian independent television channel, was arrested despite no involvement in the protest and wearing a press badge.
Local Russians are protesting against Russia’s attacks on Ukraine, whereas the Police are arresting them for calling for a ceasefire.
In this deteriorating situation, the consequences can become worse.
Thousands of people around Europe are also protesting against the war to stop it and share a message to promote peace.
Putin orders his nuclear-armed authorities to get ready for the latest orders due to the defending activities of Ukrainian forces in Kharkiv.
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