Delhi Violence Updates: Death toll rises to 18, Cabinet meet shortly
Metro services resume at all stations. Crucial hearing on Shaheen Bagh sit-in coming up.
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Students of Jamia were detained at the Civil Lines police station late on Tuesday night for gheraoing Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s residence seeking action against those responsible for violence in the Capital.
Delhi high court in a midnight hearing (on the intervening night of February 25 and 26) directed the Delhi Police to ensure safe passage for the injured victims by deploying all resources, as well as to make sure they receive immediate emergency treatment.
The Delhi Police have cleared anti-CAA protests sites in North-East Delhi. These are Jaffarabad, Maujpur Chowk, 66 Futa road.
Four more people were brought in Guru Teg Bahadur hospital. The total toll in the clashes since Monday now stands at 18.
NSA Ajit Doval reviews situation in Northeast Delhi where 13 died in violence
Jamia students demand CM Kejriwal to act against perpetrators
Communal violence escalates, toll mounts to 13, over 200 injured in northeast Delhi
Communal violence over the amended citizenship law escalated in northeast Delhi on Tuesday taking the death toll to 13 as police struggled to check the rioters who ran amok on streets, burning and looting shops, pelting stones and thrashing people.
MHA Sources: Home Minister Amit Shah held a long meeting that lasted for almost 3 hours with Delhi Police & Home Ministry officials. Newly appointed Special Commissioner of Police SN Srivastava also attended the meeting. It was the 3rd meeting chaired by HM in less than 24 hours.
Security beefed up at Delhi-UP borders
Home Minister Amit Shah cancels his Kerala visit amid Delhi violence
Information & Broadcasting Ministry cautions channels against content inciting violence
Death toll in violence rises to 13, says hospital officials
Death toll in Delhi violence rises to 13, says hospital officials
Central Board of Secondary Education:
Central Board of Secondary Education: On the request of Directorate of Education, Government of Delhi and to avoid… https://t.co/oWPNS1Rr2r
Congress leader Ahmed Patel condemns Delhi violence over CAA
Senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel on Tuesday condemned the violence in the national capital over the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and urged the Centre to restore peace to the city.
Police will act strictly based on the evidence from CCTV footages
- M Randhawa, Delhi Police PRO
Senior police officials monitoring situation
- M Randhawa, Delhi Police PRO
Ministry of Home Affairs: Home Minister Amit Shah has asked the Police Commissioner of Delhi to have senior police officers present in Police Control Rooms so that rumours can be dispelled as quickly as possible
Randeep Surjewala, Congress: We appeal to all to maintain peace&condemn this act of violence in Delhi.Some communal… https://t.co/5pIdn5tLSt
Mumbai: People protest at Marine Drive against CAA violence in Northeast Delhi
Delhi violence: 5 metro stations in North East district to remain closed
Delhi violence: Tyre market set ablaze near Gokulpuri metro station area
Delhi Police, RAF hold flag march after stone pelting incidents in Brahampuri area
Delhi top cop is safe: Shahdara deputy commissioner of police (DCP) Amit Sharma, who was injured during clashes between two groups in Delhi's Gokulpuri on Monday, has regained consciousness and is now out of danger at a hospital in the city.
Meeting at Kerjiwal's home
A meeting was held at the Delhi CM's house with the MLAs and officials to review the situation in the Capital.
The police have reportedly detained a 33-year-old man (pic below) for allegedly firing eight rounds in Maujpur.
Need to seal borders to prevent outsiders from coming in: Delhi CM Kejriwal on violence in northeast Delhi
DMRC opens entry & exit gates of Mandi House, ITO and Delhi Gate
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation opened the entry and exit gates of Mandi House, ITO and Delhi Gate which had been closed in the morning after violent clashes erupted in the North-East district area of the city.
The violence in Delhi yesterday and the loss of lives are most shocking and deserve the strongest condemnation.