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  • 10:33 PM IST

    Delhi Violence LIVE Updates: Prohibitory orders imposed under section 144 in northeast Delhi will be relaxed for 10 hours tomorrow in view of improvement in the situation, the MHA stated.

  • 10:26 PM IST

    Delhi Violence LIVE Updates: “We had received info through social media that a large group of people will come to Shaheen Bagh from Madanpur Khadar on March 1. We took it seriously, in light of the current situation. We came to know that locals will join in&carry out a peaceful protest. We called a meeting of Aman Committee at different locations today, then all the stakeholders were called here at the DCP office. Everyone agreed that they will stay peaceful and the protest will be postponed indefinitely,” says Delhi Police DCP (Southeast) RP Meena.



  • 10:21 PM IST

    Delhi Violence LIVE Updates: AAP councillor Tahir Hussain suspended from the primary membership of party till completion of the probe.

  • 10:08 PM IST



  • 10:08 PM IST

    Delhi Violence LIVE Updates: Union Home Minister Amit Shah has appealed to citizens to not believe in rumours and fall prey to evil designs of miscreants and groups interested in precipitating communal tension.

  • 10:07 PM IST

    Delhi Violence LIVE Updates: “No major incident has been reported in the last 36 hours in any affected Police Station of District North-East. Prohibitory orders under Section 144 will be relaxed for a total of 10 hours tomorrow in view of the improvement in the ground situation,” the Ministry of Home Affairs said in a statement.


    “So far, 48 FIRs, pertaining to clashes, loss of lives/property, etc have already been registered & further FIRs would be registered in due course. Police has detained/arrested 514 suspects for questioning so far. Further arrests would be effected in course of investigation,” it added.

  • 9:44 PM IST

    Delhi Violence LIVE Updates: Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a review meeting to take stock of prevailing law and order situation in Delhi today, in the light of the violence affecting Northeast Delhi. Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla, Delhi Police Commissioner, Special Commissioner (Law and Order) were present at the meeting.

  • 9:33 PM IST

    Delhi Violence LIVE Updates: The number of deaths in connection to the ongoing agitation has climbed to 38.

  • 9:32 PM IST

    Delhi Violence LIVE Updates: Tahir Hussain has been booked for murder of an IB staffer. The AAP leader denied the charges and said he is ready to join probe.

  • 9:29 PM IST

    Delhi Violence LIVE Updates: Nearly 50 CRPF personnel went to GTB Hospital to donate blood for the people injured in Delhi violence. Out of 50 CRPF personnel, 34 donated blood and 16 were asked to donate blood when the need for blood arise.

New Delhi: One more person died at the Guru Teg Bahadur (GTB) Hospital, taking the number of deaths in the national capital, due to the ongoing communal violence in northeast Delhi, to 28. Also Read - Four 'Hate Speeches' of BJP Leaders Rolled in Delhi High Court

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Late Wednesday night, reports of fresh violence emerged from Bhajanpura, Karawal Nagar and Maujpur after a relative calm prevailed throughout the day.

Earlier, National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval, who was put in charge of the capital’s law and order, on Wednesday visited the riot-hit areas to instill confidence among the people. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, too, had broken his silence on the issue, appealing to the citizens of Delhi to maintain peace and brotherhood at all times and assuring them that the police and other agencies were working on the ground to restore normalcy at the earliest.

The Delhi Police, which has come under intense scrutiny for not being able to control the violence, has registered 18 FIRs thus far and arrested 106 people in connection with the violence. Union Home Minister Amit Shah, to whom the Delhi Police reports, and who himself has come under the scanner for not being able to quell the violence, too, is said to have held multiple meetings to review the security situation in the capital.

The violence began with a faceoff between pro- and anti-CAA groups on Sunday and took a communal turn a day later. It escalated on Tuesday with reports of even journalists being attacked coming in.