Delhi Violence: Delhi is smouldering over the citizenship law. The violence that started from Maujpur on Sunday, 23 February, has now spread to many areas of North-East Delhi. During this time 11 people including a policeman have died. Delhi is burning about the citizenship law. The violence that started from Maujpur on Sunday, 23 February, has now spread to many areas of North-East Delhi. During this time, 11 people including a policeman have died, while more than one hundred people are injured. Many have been shot in the injured. Meanwhile, after a meeting between Home Minister Amit Shah and Arvind Kejriwal on the situation in Delhi, sources told NDTV that the Union Home Ministry refused to call the army and said that enough central force and police are doing their work.
Amit Shah held meeting with Kejriwal- Home Minister Amit Shah appealed for peace and said rumors should be stopped. According to Dr. Sunil Kumar, Medical Superintendent of Guru Tegbahadur (GTB) Hospital, a total of nine people have died so far in violent incidents in north-east Delhi. Also 135 people have been brought to GTB Hospital, many of whom have been shot. A high level meeting was called by Home Minister Amit Shah on this matter. Delhi's Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also attended this high level meeting. Apart from him, leaders of many other parties and public representatives also reached this meeting. After the meeting, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said, "The situation that has worsened is worrisome." There is no solution to violence, maintain peace.
Policemen and common people injured in the violence are hospitalized. Violence has been taking place in some places since this morning. Stones are being pelted again in Maujpur-Babarpur and Brahmapuri areas. There are also reports of violence from Bhajanpura. Section 144 has been imposed for a month in entire north-east Delhi. On the other hand, the police and the team of AIF also conducted a flag march in Khajuri Khas area.
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