INDIA Cases - 160,310, Deaths - 4,560
Global Cases - 5,822,571, Deaths - 358,127
On Thursday death toll reached 48 in Delhi violence as one person passed away at Jag Parvesh Chander Hospital in Shahdara in afternoon. Based on live updates normalcy is being restored in North East Delhi where violence took place. Charing high level meeting on one hand Congress President Sonia Gandhi and former PM Manmohan Singh alleged Centre Government for violence in Delhi. On other hand AAP Party Sanjay Singh replied over allegations on Tahir Hussain in killing of IB Officer on Tuesday. Amid of political turmoil on Thursday morning Delhi Police Joint Commissioner OP Mishra held a flag march in Chand Bagh area for bringing normalcy in the area. Joint CP announced, to open Grocery, medical and other shops. As to bring normalcy in area Joint Commissioner said 'There is nothing to fear, police are here for your security'. Instruction is also provided to people of the area to not assemble in groups, especially the youth.
Latest visuals from Chand Bagh, Bhajanpura and Khajuri Khas areas and roads shown normalcy is being restored in the violence affected areas. Municipal corporation has started working in areas an cleaning the violence hit areas in North East Delhi.
On Thursday Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday held a high-level meeting over violence in Delhi on 24 & 25 February. In Meeting Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, Minister Kailash Gahlot and other officers were present. In the meeting, it was decided to provide relief material to these areas. Earlier in the day Ministry of Home Affairs posted Jalaj Shrivastava, IAS in Delhi. President earlier with the consultation of Chief Justice of India transferred the Delhi High Court Judge who made comment on Political leaders in Delhi, to Punjab and Haryana High Court.
Aside of Congress's allegation over Delhi violence Dr Dilraj Kaur, Commissioner, East Delhi Municipal Corporation said on Thursday that we had a coordination meeting today and that was coordinated team's effort with Delhi Police. We'll be deploying our resources to clean up the areas where Violence took place and we'll try our best to bring it to normalcy at the earliest.
Congress demands Amit Shah's resignation- At around 12A delegation from the Indian National Congress led by Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi and former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh called on President Ram Nath Kovind at Rashtrapati Bhavan today. We call upon you (President) to ensure that life, liberty, & property of citizens are preserved. We also reiterate that you should immediately call for the removal of the Home Minister for his inability to contain violence.
From AAP Party, Sanjay Singh came in front and replied on allegations thrown on AAP Councillor Tahir Hussain that he was involved in killing of Intelligence Bureau Officer Ankit Sharma. Sanjay Singh said in conference that 'From the very first day, AAP has been saying that any person, be it from any party or religion,action must be taken against them if guilty'.
On Thursay BSP Chief Mayawati said that in guise of Delhi Violence several political parties are playing dirty game. Centre should let Delhi police & System work freely. She added that without any kind of interference probe and situation should be handled. She also urged the Delhi CM to play a major role in normalising the situation instead of doing politics in other states.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh replied on Delhi Violence in Bangaluru and said situation is moving towards normalcy.
CBSE Exams amid Delhi Violence
Delhi High Court- Delhi High Court on Friday ordered CBSE on Board Exams. At present the exams scheduled from 2nd March onwards will be held as scheduled, subject to the situation on the ground, High Court ordered. Delhi High Court seeks response of Delhi Police and directs them to ensure that board exam centers are given proper security in the violence-affected North east Delhi. Court also directs that exam centers must be sanitised and Police should ensure there is no breach of security.
Shahrukh, the man who had opened fire at police during violence in North East Delhi on 24th February, has been arrested by Delhi Police Crime Branch from Uttar Pradesh. https://t.co/y6JOtr8pFl pic.twitter.com/oeeD6QIynl— ANI (@ANI) March 3, 2020
Shahrukh, the man who had opened fire at police during violence in North East Delhi on 24th February, has been arrested by Delhi Police Crime Branch from Uttar Pradesh. Delhi Police to brief media later today on details of the arrest of Shahrukh, the man who had opened fire at police during violence in North East Delhi on 24th February.