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Toll Rises To 23; Army Should Be Called In, Says Kejriwal

New Delhi: The demise toll in northeast Delhi communal violence over the amended citizenship legislation rose to 23 on Wednesday, in keeping with GTB Hospital authorities.

On Tuesday, the demise toll was 13.

In the meantime, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday mentioned the Military needs to be known as in as police is unable to manage the state of affairs regardless of all its efforts following the violence in elements of northeast Delhi.

The chief minister mentioned the state of affairs has turn into “alarming”, including that he’s writing to Union Dwelling Minister Amit Shah.

“I have been in touch with large no. of people whole nite (night). Situation alarming. Police, despite all its efforts, unable to control situation and instil confidence (sic),” Kejriwal tweeted.

“Army shud (should) be called in and curfew imposed in rest of affected areas immediately. Am writing to Hon’ble HM to this effect,” he added.

Earlier, not less than 4 our bodies have been delivered to the Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital from the Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital, a senior official mentioned.

Delhi Violence: SC Refuses To Entertain Pleas, Phrases Violence ‘Unfortunate’

New Delhi: The Supreme Courtroom on Wednesday termed unlucky the incidents of violence in Delhi however refused to entertain pleas on them.

A bench comprising Justices S Okay Kaul and Okay M Joseph mentioned it won’t broaden the scope of petitions filed in reference to the protests at Shaheen Bagh by wanting into the pleas on violence.

Solicitor Basic Tushar Mehta knowledgeable the apex courtroom that the Delhi Excessive Courtroom has heard pleas linked with the violence. After this, the bench disposed the functions saying it’s for the excessive courtroom to be aware of the matter.

The demise toll in northeast Delhi communal violence rose to 17 on Wednesday from 13 the day earlier.


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