In the violence in the name of Citizenship Amendment Act in Delhi, 28 people have lost their lives so far. Now after three days the violence has stopped and people hope that peace will return soon.
- Violence halts in capital Delhi, now peace
- So far 28 killed, more than 150 injured
- Ajit Doval spoke to the people on the streets
- PM Narendra Modi appealed for peace
The violence in the country’s capital Delhi has come to an end after Sunday. There has been no major incident of violence in Delhi on Wednesday, but there is still strange peace in the city. And everyone is hopeful that the peace of Dilwalas will return to Delhi soon. The number of deaths due to violence in Delhi has increased and by Thursday morning 28 people have lost their lives. After the High Court rebuke, the Center and the state government have come into action, National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval spoke to the people on the streets of Delhi on the instructions of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and assured them.
Live updates related to Delhi violence:
09.52 AM: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has raised questions on transfer of High Court judge. In his tweet, Rahul recalled Justice Loya and wrote that a salute to the brave judge Loya, who was not transferred.
09.20 AM: Priyanka Gandhi has raised questions on transfer of judge of Delhi High Court. He tweeted and wrote that in the middle of the night, Justice Muralidhar was surprised by the transfer. The government wants to silence justice.
09.00 AM: Delhi Fire Department says that 19 calls were received from the violence affected areas from 12 pm to 8 am. During this time more than 100 firemen have been sent to help.
08.50 AM: Violence erupted first in the Maujpur area of Delhi. Everything is starting to calm down in that place, the trend of vehicles has started increasing here. However, there is still a heavy deployment of security forces.
08.36 AM: The death toll in the violence in the capital Delhi has increased. Another person died in Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital on Thursday morning. With this, the death toll has now risen to 28.
Dozens killed, hundreds injured in Delhi
In the north-eastern region, the miscreants created a massacre for three days and incidents of arson, stone-pelting, looting were reported in many areas. According to information provided by the hospital, there have been 28 deaths in the Delhi violence so far. Of these 26 deaths occurred in Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital and 2 LNJP Hospital. Apart from this, the number of injured is more than 150.
Delhi Police in action after the court’s rebuke
The Delhi violence was heard in the Delhi High Court on Wednesday, during which the court questioned the Delhi Police. Police came into action after the court’s rebuke and so far 18 FIRs have been registered, 106 people have been arrested. During this time, the High Court sent statements of BJP leaders Kapil Mishra, Anurag Thakur, Pravesh Verma to the court.
School closed in Delhi, postponed examination
In view of the atmosphere of violence, the Delhi government has decided to keep schools closed. All schools in the North East region will remain closed, while the CBSE examination on Thursday has also been canceled.
Security in the streets of Delhi
Three days after the violence, the Union Home Ministry became active and now the deployment of paramilitary forces on the streets of Delhi has been increased. Now 45 paramilitary forces companies have been deployed in Delhi. A large number of security forces are still deployed in Chandbagh, Gokulpuri, Maujpur, Zafarabad area of Delhi.
Congress screams on Amit Shah!
The Congress party is an attacker on the Narendra Modi government at the Center on the violence in Delhi. On Wednesday, Congress President Sonia Gandhi herself came in front of the media and blamed the Union Home Minister Amit Shah for the violence. Now today a delegation of Congress party will march to Rashtrapati Bhavan, as well as meet the President.
The Bharatiya Janata Party is also an attacker on the Congress attack, on Wednesday, on behalf of the BJP, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, Prakash Javadekar responded to the Congress and reminded the 1984 riot. BJP alleged that this is the time to convey the message of peace, but the Congress party is engaged in doing politics.
original source: Aajtak