Delhi LIVE Updates: Police Registers 123 FIRs, 630 Detained; Death Toll Crosses 40

Law & Order

Violence has continued to escalate in Northeast Delhi since February 23 with pro and anti-CAA protesters clashing with each other on the streets. Scores of people have been injured in the violence.

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:
Violence

Violence has continued to escalate in Northeast Delhi since February 23 with pro and anti-CAA protesters clashing with each other on the streets. Scores of people have been injured in the violence.
Delhi schools to open for assessment
1 month ago | February 28, 2020 19:08

 

Police lodge 123 FIRs, 630 detained
1 month ago | February 28, 2020 18:36

Police officials state that 123 FIRs have been registereda and 630 people arrested so far in connection with northeast Delhi communal violence.

 

Death toll
1 month ago | February 28, 2020 14:12

The death toll in the Delhi violence goes up to 43. 

Congress to visit North East Delhi
1 month ago | February 28, 2020 14:06

Congress formed a 5-member team to visit the North-East part of Delhi to take stock of the situation in the area. 

Death toll rises to 39
1 month ago | February 28, 2020 11:51

 

Shops begin to open in northeast Delhi
1 month ago | February 28, 2020 10:56

 

Gunman still at large
1 month ago | February 28, 2020 10:55

 

Section 144 relaxed
1 month ago | February 28, 2020 10:10

Section 144 has been relaxed in the national capital for 10 hours, which was imposed as communal violence broke out in the North-East part of Delhi.

CAPF & Delhi Police Deployed
1 month ago | February 28, 2020 09:13

In the wake of rampant violence in the national capital, a total of 113 companies of the Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) and Delhi Police have been deployed across the violence-hit areas. According to the Union Home Ministry Amit Shah, the security personnel were deployed to maintain law and order in the national capital. 

Security Heightened
1 month ago | February 28, 2020 09:13

Security has been beefed up in sensitive areas along the Delhi-Ghaziabad border as tension continues to grip the national capital. At least 38 people, including a police head constable, have died while around 200 people have been injured in violent clashes in northeast Delhi since Sunday, February 23. 

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