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Violence in Delhi: Delhi HC says the situation outside is very unpleasant: Latest developments | India News

NEW DELHI: The deathToll in the northeast Delhi Community violence increased to 27 on Wednesday, with two more reported deaths from the LNJP hospital. The tension swirled in the national capital and in the streets of various towns such as Chand Bagh, Bhajanpura, Gokulpuri, Maujpur, Kardampuri and Jaffrabad, saw pitched battles between members of two groups.
Here is a look at the latest developments:

  • On Wednesday, two deaths were recorded at the LNJP Hospital taking the count of people who have died in the northeast Delhi violence to 27, authorities said. These were the first cases of victims reported at the LNJP Hospital, which has been receiving several patients since violence broke out on Monday night.
  • MS Randhawa, Pro of the Delhi Police, said Wednesday that so far, the Delhi Police have registered 18 FIRs and 106 people have been arrested in connection with the incidents in northeast Delhi. “Criminals are being identified. We have images of the CCTV and strong evidence. Today there was no unpleasant incident,” he said.
  • Police also released two helpline numbers: 011-22829334, 22829335, so people can communicate during distress.
  • The Delhi government will award Rs 1 million rupee compensation to the family of police chief Ratan Lal, who was killed in violence in northeastern Delhi, Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced Wednesday. Kejriwal had visited Lal’s family on Tuesday.
  • The situation in the northeast of the riots Delhi “It is under control,” said national security adviser Ajit Doval after a meeting with senior officials of the Delhi The police and visited some of the affected areas on Wednesday afternoon. “The situation is under control and people are satisfied. We trust the police agencies. The police are doing their job and are alert,” he told reporters.
  • The Delhi Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered the police to make a “conscious decision” regarding the submission of FIRs against alleged hate speech by three BJP leaders regarding the CAA’s violence and to communicate on Thursday. The three BJP leaders are: Kapil Mishra, Anurag Thakur and Parvesh Verma.
  • A bank of Judges S Muralidhar and Anup J Bhambhani recorded the guarantee of the special commissioner Praveer Ranjan that he will sit down with the police commissioner today and watch all the videos and make a conscious decision on the accommodation of FIRS.
  • The Delhi High Court on Wednesday approved a series of orders regarding the violence in Delhifrom the northeastern district and said “you cannot allow another situation similar to 1984 to occur in this city under your supervision.” “We have to be alert,” Judge S Muralidhar said and ordered the safe passage for the collection of the deceased’s body, the installation of an adequate number of help lines, shelter for people who have been displaced, among other things.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for peace and brotherhood on Wednesday following violent clashes in Delhi in which at least 20 people have died. “Peace and harmony are fundamental to our spirit. I call on my sisters and brothers in Delhi to maintain peace and brotherhood at all times. It is important that there is calm and normalcy is restored as soon as possible,” he tweeted. Modi
  • The Intelligence Office employee, identified as Ankit Sharma, was found dead in the town of Chand Bagh in northeastern Delhi.
  • The Union Interior Minister must take responsibility for the violence in Delhi and must resign, “said Sonia Gandhi without naming Amit Shah.
  • Accusing the president of Congress, Sonia Gandhi, of politicizing the Delhi violence With its attack on the Union government, the BJP called the opposition party’s demand for the resignation of Interior Minister Amit Shah “laughable.” “The violence is ending. The investigation is underway to discover the truth and identify the culprits. No defendant will be left out. At that time, attacking the government and politicizing the violence is a dirty policy,” said BJP leader and minister. of the Union, Prakash Javadekar, and added that it also demoralizes the police.
  • While listening to petitions for expulsion from the crowd protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act of the Shaheen Bagh area of ​​Delhi, the Supreme Court said it is not in favor of expanding the scope of the pending case on Shaheen Bagh to take into account the Recent violence in Delhi. “What happened is very unfortunate and should not have happened. But we do not want to expand the scope of the Shaheen Bagh case and people can seek remedy by filing a separate petition,” the Supreme Court said.
  • The apex court added that the environment is not conducive to hearing the guilty plea against Shaheen Bagh’s protest and postponed the hearing.
  • The SC also questioned the Center for not taking measures to allow the Delhi police to work professionally and according to the law without receiving instructions from anyone.
  • The UN chief, Antonio Guterres, closely monitors the situation in New Delhi and underlines that protesters should be able to demonstrate peacefully and security forces should show restraint. When asked if the UN is monitoring the situation, the spokesman for the UN chief said “Yes, obviously we are following it closely.”
  • “Alarming situation, the Army must be called,” Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal tweets. “I have been in contact with a large number of people throughout the night. Alarming situation. The police, despite all their efforts, unable to control the situation and instill confidence, will summon the army and curfew will be imposed on the rest of the affected areas immediately. I am writing to Hon ‘ble HM for this purpose (sic). “
  • The entrance and exit doors at all Metro stations opened Wednesday morning. Normal services have resumed at all stations, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation reported.
  • According to Guru Teg Bahadur hospital officials, four more people were taken dead to the hospital. The death toll is 17 on Monday morning.
  • The Delhi High Court at a midnight hearing (on the night of February 25 and 26) ordered the Delhi police to ensure the safe passage of injured victims by deploying all resources, as well as to ensure that they receive treatment of immediate emergency
  • The Alumni Association of Jamia Millia Islamia and the Jamia Coordination Committee organized a demonstration outside the residence of Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal. The people gathered in front of CM’s residence, demanded actions against the violence of Delhi and sought peace restoration.
  • “I was informed that 81 people were admitted to the hospital yesterday and 69 today. Few of them were discharged after treatment. Many are seriously injured, I pray for their speedy recovery,” said Union Minister Harsh Vardhan after Your visit to Guru. Teg Bahadur Hospital.
  • The national security adviser, Ajit Doval, reviewed the security situation in northeast Delhi. Doval arrived at the office of the deputy commissioner of Northeast Police in Seelampur after reviewing the security situation in the area.
  • During the night, the Delhi police cleaned the anti-CAA protest sites in northeast Delhi. “Protesters have left Jaffarabad subway station and Maujpur Chowk is also clear. Now, Road 66 Futa is free of all protests,” said Delhi police special commissioner Satish Golcha.
  • Interior Minister Amit Shah held a 3-hour meeting with the Delhi police and Interior Ministry officials on Tuesday night. The new special police commissioner SN Srivastava also attended the meeting. It was the third meeting chaired by the Interior Minister in less than 24 hours.
  • Shoot the orders issued for northeastern Delhi on Tuesday night.
  • Schools will remain closed on Wednesday also in the northeast district affected by violence. All home exams have been postponed. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has been requested to postpone board exams on Wednesday.
  • Late Tuesday night, IPS SN Shrivastava was appointed special commissioner (law and order) in the Delhi Police, effective immediately.

So far, 20 people have died in the violence of Delhi, which seems to be one of the worst in recent times. On Monday, a Delhi police chief was killed while pro and anti-CAA groups fought each other, even when the deputy governor of Delhi, Anil Baijal, and Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal called on people to keep the peace and harmony. It is believed that the cause of the violence was a clash between protesters for and against the CAA after those who supported the legislation blocked a road in the Jaffrabad area in northeast Delhi, similar to Shaheen Bagh, during the weekend.

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