Brick-bats are seen amid vandalised properties in Bhagirathi Vihar area of the riot-affected north east Delhi, Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020.
Brick-bats are seen amid vandalised properties in Bhagirathi Vihar area of the riot-affected north east Delhi, Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020.
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Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal holds review meeting on law and order situation

Delhi violence, anti-CAA protests have not dampened investor sentiment: Nirmala Sitharaman

Special Investigation Team constituted under Delhi Police Crime Branch

All the FIRs have been transferred to the SIT, reported ANI.

Someone who wanted road cleared as it was inconveniencing 35 lakh people is being called a terrorist: Kapil Mishra

Police seals a factory belonging to AAP Councillor Tahir Hussain

Situation normal, no incident took place today says Delhi Police PRO

Gandhis provoked the violence in Delhi, says BJP

The BJP on Thursday launched a scathing attack on Congress, accusing the party's interim President Sonia Gandhi, her daughter Priyanka Gandhi and son Rahul Gandhi of provoking the Delhi violence which claimed the lives of 33 people.

Addressing a press conference, senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar said that people are being instigated for the last two months.

CBSE postpones board exams scheduled on February 28, 29

Delhi High Court makes Centre a party in the North East Delhi violence case

Situation is moving towards normalcy: Rajnath Singh

Death toll rises to 34

Death toll rises to 33

Delhi: Death toll rises to 33 after another person passes away at Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan (LNJP) hospital.

In guise of Delhi Violence, political parties are playing dirty politics: Mayawati

BSP Chief, Mayawati: In guise of Delhi Violence, political parties are playing dirty politics. Centre should let police&system work freely, without any kind of interference. Delhi CM should play a major role in normalising the situation instead of doing politics in other states.

Will deploy our resources to clean up areas: East Delhi Municipal Corporation Commissioner

Dr Dilraj Kaur, Commissioner, East Delhi Municipal Corporation: We had a coordination meeting today. It's a coordinated team effort with Delhi Police. We'll be deploying our resources to clean up the areas. We'll try our best to bring it to normalcy at the earliest.

Situation is returning to normal, says Delhi Special Commissioner SN Shrivastava

Delhi Special Commissioner of Police (Law & Order) SN Shrivastava: As of now the situation is returning to normal. We are registering cases and proceeding with legal action, soon we will be making arrests. I hope all these things will contribute to normalcy.

Situation is better now, says medical store owner Raisul Islam in Chand Bagh area

Delhi: A medical store owner Raisul Islam in Chand Bagh area says, "Situation is better now. I'm trying to provide medicines to the people who have urgent requirements. Members of both communities carried out a peace march in the area to help restore normalcy."

Grocery, medical and other shops can be opened: Delhi Joint Commissioner OP Mishra

Delhi Police Joint Commissioner OP Mishra during a flag march in Chand Bagh area announces, "Grocery, medical and other shops can be opened. There is nothing to fear, police are here for your security. Please don't assemble in groups, especially the youth".

Hussain gave all details to police: Sanjay Singh

Latest visuals from Chand Bagh, Bhajanpura and Khajuri Khas

Delhi: Latest visuals from Chand Bagh, Bhajanpura and Khajuri Khas. Roads in the violence affected areas are being cleaned.

IAS officer Jalaj Shrivastava posted to Delhi

Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA): Jalaj Shrivastava, IAS (AGMUT:1984) presently on compulsory wait is hereby posted to Delhi with immediate effect and until further orders.

IAS officer Jalaj Shrivastava posted to Delhi

Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA): Jalaj Shrivastava, IAS (AGMUT:1984) presently on compulsory wait is hereby posted to Delhi with immediate effect and until further orders.

Death toll rises to 30

Sunil Kumar Gautam Medical Superintendent, Guru Teg Bahadur (GTB) Hospital: Death toll has increased to 30 at the hospital.

Latest visuals from Maujpur, Jafrabad, Seelampur and Babarpur

Delhi: Latest visuals from Maujpur, Jafrabad, Seelampur and Babarpur; Security personnel have been deployed in these areas.

Death toll rises to 28

Delhi: 1 more death at Guru Teg Bahadur (GTB) Hospital, taking the total deaths to 28 in the city, including 2 deaths at Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan (LNJP) hospital.

Security forces conduct flag march in Northeast Delhi

Security forces conduct flag march in different parts of Northeast Delhi. Visuals from Jafrabad and Maujpur areas.

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