Delhi violence death toll climbs to 32 as per official statements by GTB and LNJP Hospital today.
After seventy-two hours of clashes, over 200 people have been injured since the violence began on February 24 along with other property damages.
Delhi police have registered 18 FIRs and 106 arrests so far. Last night, flag march was conducted by the forces in the northeast districts of Delhi.
The areas of Northeast districts of Delhi are reaching normalcy, however, the damages have been immense.
The Delhi High Court questioned Delhi police yesterday over the riots, said, that in cases like these “police must take action in accordance with the law rather than wait for orders.”
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval took charge of Delhi on Wednesday morning after which heavy deployment of forces was observed.
The violence got intense on Monday night after the protest demonstration against the amended the citizenship Act was held at Jaffarabad metro station a day before. A tyre market in Gokalpuri was set ablaze which was followed by the burning of houses, stone-pelting, and gunshots.
Other areas that witnessed violence were Maujpur, Bhajanpur, Yamuna Vihar, Chand Bagh, where 78 people were injured and a head constable was killed last night.