Delhi Violence Live Updates: Orgy of miscreants in Gokulpuri, Delhi;

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Delhi Violence Live Updates: Orgy of miscreants in Gokulpuri, Delhi; - NewsGoLive
Delhi Violence Live Updates: Orgy of miscreants in Gokulpuri, Delhi; - NewsGoLive

Delhi Violence Live Updates: The uproar in the country’s capital Delhi has not stopped yet for the last three days. Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with Arvind Kejriwal and other top officials on Tuesday.

CAA did not stop in DelhiSituation sensitive in North East DelhiCurfew imposed in four areas of DelhiAjit Doval visited at night
The ruckus that started on the streets of Delhi in the name of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) has not stopped yet. In the last three days, there has been violence in many areas of Delhi, the capital of the country, in which 18 people have lost their lives so far. Violent protest took place in Gokulpuri area of ​​Delhi on Wednesday morning as well, some miscreants set fire to a shop here.

Major updates related to Delhi:

Ajit Doval will report to PM Modi

10.00 AM: National Security Advisor Ajit Doval has been given a free hand to overcome the current situation in Delhi. Ajit Doval will inform Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Cabinet about the Delhi violence sometime from now. On Tuesday evening, Ajit Doval also went to many areas of Delhi.

Delhi Violence Live Updates: Orgy of miscreants in Gokulpuri, Delhi;  - NewsGoLive
Delhi Violence Live Updates: Orgy of miscreants in Gokulpuri, Delhi; – NewsGoLive

Violent protest again in Gokulpuri, fire in store

09.53 AM: A shop in the scrap market was set on fire in Gokulpuri area of ​​Delhi on Wednesday morning. Eyewitnesses say that some people came here and fled by setting fire. The miscreants set fire to shop number 15 of the scrap market.

Ratanlal’s family on strike

09.10 AM: The family of Police Head Constable Ratanlal, who was martyred during the violence in Delhi, has sat on a dharna. The family demands that Ratanlal be given martyr status. Ratanlal was killed during the violence in Bhajanpura, Delhi, he was a resident of Sikar in Rajasthan. On Wednesday, his family blocked the road leading to the ancestral village.

Death toll increased in Delhi

09.08 AM: The number of people killed in Delhi violence has increased. According to the data released by Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital on Wednesday morning, 18 people have died in Delhi violence so far. A police constable has also been martyred in these. The hospital said in its statement that four dead people were brought on Wednesday morning.

All Metro stations opened

08.08 AM: Delhi Police evacuated at Zafarabad Metro station on Tuesday night. The view of Zafarabad metro station on Wednesday morning is something like this.

Delhi Violence Live Updates: Orgy of miscreants in Gokulpuri, Delhi; - NewsGoLive
Delhi Violence Live Updates: Orgy of miscreants in Gokulpuri, Delhi; – NewsGoLive
Delhi Violence Live Updates: Orgy of miscreants in Gokulpuri, Delhi; - NewsGoLive
Delhi Violence Live Updates: Orgy of miscreants in Gokulpuri, Delhi; – NewsGoLive

07.56 AM: BJP leader Kapil Mishra has appealed to Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal in a tweet that the government should give compensation of one crore rupees to the martyred policeman.

Delhi Violence Live Updates: Orgy of miscreants in Gokulpuri, Delhi; - NewsGoLive
Delhi Violence Live Updates: Orgy of miscreants in Gokulpuri, Delhi; – NewsGoLive

07.40 AM: All metro stations have opened in Delhi. Several metro stations were closed on Tuesday as a precaution, but on Wednesday morning all the stations are open.

Delhi Violence Live Updates: Orgy of miscreants in Gokulpuri, Delhi; - NewsGoLive
Delhi Violence Live Updates: Orgy of miscreants in Gokulpuri, Delhi; – NewsGoLive

On Monday and Tuesday, the situation in North East Delhi’s Maujpur-Chandbagh area was so uncontrollable that the Delhi Police had to take out a march. The police has evacuated the anti-CAA strike site in Zafarabad amid this ruckus. A hearing was also held in the High Court at midnight on the issue of violence in Delhi.

Delhi police alert, curfew in four areas

In the last two days, incidents of stone pelting, arson and sabotage were reported from many areas of North East Delhi. As a precaution, curfew has been imposed in Jafrabad, Maujpur, Babarpur and Chandbagh areas in Delhi and people are being instructed not to go out unnecessarily.

Curfew in these areas of Delhi

• Zafarabad

• Maujpur

• Babarpur

• Chandbag

A young police martyr, 56 injured

According to Delhi Police spokesperson Mandeep Singh Randhawa, so far 130 common people have been injured in Delhi violence, while 56 policemen have been hurt. Police have so far registered 11 FIRs and the miscreants are being identified. A police martyr has also been killed in Delhi violence, while two IPS officers have been injured.

NSA Ajit Doval came into action

If there is so much tension in the country’s capital violence, then the central government has also come into action. On Tuesday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and other officials, while late in the evening National Security Advisor Ajit Doval came out on the streets of Delhi. Ajit Doval visited Seelampur, Bhajanpura, Yamuna Vihar and discussed with local people-officials.

CBSE exam canceled in Delhi

Due to violence in Delhi, CBSE has canceled the 10th and 12th examinations to be held on Wednesday. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that schools in violence-hit North-East Delhi will be closed today. Also requested the CBSE to postpone the board examination to be held today. Then today’s exam was canceled.

original source: Aajtak

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