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According to Delhi Police, all the 106 arrested people are locals and that more arrests will be made on the basis of CCTV footage recovered

New Delhi| Clashes broke out in northeast Delhi’s Maujpur area for the second consecutive day as pro and anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protesters pelted stones at each other on Monday.

Police had to fire tear gas shells to disperse the protesters. One police constable was killed during the clashes.

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‘Environment not conducive’ to examine Shaheen Bagh matter: SC

The Supreme Court Bench said that it will not examine the interlocutor report on Shaheen Bagh as the “environment is not conducive”, with Justice Kaul saying, “Let things cool down.”

Criticising the police’s role in handling the protests and violence in Delhi, Justice KM Joseph said, “Police needs to take action like they do in England. Things are happening before them.” In response, SG Tushar Mehta said, “If the police started acting like they do in England, my lords will pull them up.”

The petition seeking clearance of Shaheen Bagh road blockade has been adjourned till 23 March. The Bench said it will examine the interlocutor’s report in the meanwhile.

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The toll in northeast Delhi communal riots rose to 20, according to GTB Hospital authorities. On Tuesday, the death toll was 13. “The death toll has risen to 20 today,” Medical Superintendent of GTB Hospital Sunil Kumar told PTI. In the clashes, 189 injured are being treated at the hospital.

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Three persons including one policeman and two civilians have lost their lives in the violence. Head constable Ratan Lal, 42 is survived by his wife and three children.

Meanwhile, the police have identified and detained a person named Shahrukh from north-east Delhi’s Maujpur area for firing bullets during clashes.

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A day after Mishra led a gathering of pro-CAA demonstrators at Maujpur, Delhi BJP leader on Monday urged the pro and anti-CAA groups clashing in northeast Delhi to exercise restraint, adding that violence is not the solution to anything.

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https://twitter.com/TanushreePande/status/1231902776806039553

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Delhi police urged to maintain peace and harmony.

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Massive clashes have broken out in Delhi‘s Yamuna Vijar area, where groups of protesters have been clashing for around two hours. Which is 11 miles away from Hyderabad House, where Trump and Modi will meet tomorrow.

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Section 144 of the CrPC has been imposed in parts of N-E Delhi.

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Head constable killed during clashes over CAA in northeast Delhi: Delhi Police. Dr Rajesh Kalra additional MS at GTB said, “One Constable was brought dead and the DCP suffered sustained head injury and has been shifted to Max Hospital, Patparganj.”

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Situation in Jaffarabad has grown become even tenser as an unidentified man open fired in the are. He fired 8 rounds and had pointed gun at the policemen.

Clashes broke out Sunday evening between pro and anti-CAA groups near Jaffrabad in northeast Delhi after a large number of people who have been protesting against the CAA blocked a road, while similar sit-ins started in several others part of the national capital.

Several people were injured in the stone-throwing at Maujpur yesterday. Visuals from the spot showed protesters throwing stones at each other across a road, standing close to police barricades.

There were reports that the police, who had gathered at the spot in large numbers along with para-military personnel, used tear gas to bring the mob under control.

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