Delhi HC issues notice to Police asking senior officer to be present in court during hearing on violence
After days of silence on Delhi violence, Arvind Kejriwal says 'Army should be called in immediately'
After days of silence on Delhi violence, Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said the Army should be called in as police is unable to control the situation.
The Delhi Chief Minister took to Twitter and said: "I have been in touch with large no of people whole night. Situation alarming. Police, despite all its efforts, unable to control situation and instil confidence. Army should be called in and curfew imposed in rest of affected areas immediately. Am writing to Hon’ble Home Minister to this effect."
I have been in touch wid large no of people whole nite. Situation alarming. Police, despite all its efforts, unable to control situation and instil confidence
Army shud be called in and curfew imposed in rest of affected areas immediately
Am writing to Hon’ble HM to this effect
9:22 PM - Feb 25, 2020
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As per a report by IANS, prohibitory orders under Section 144 will continue in several parts of Delhi. Amid violence, the Delhi Chief Minister held meeting with Home Minister Amit Shah. After violent clashes which continued at Seelampur area for two days, National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval and Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik reached Seelampur area at midnight.
At least 20 persons were killed so far and around 190 are injured in the violence which took place in in North-East Delhi from Monday. Several localities, including Chand Bagh, Bhajanpura, Maujpur-Babarpur, and Jaffrabad witnessed unprecedented violence on Monday and Tuesday as pro and anti-CAA protesters clashed.
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I started my schooling in 2000 and completed my class 12th in 2012.
This Is My India By- Safa mariya
In these many years, i found best teachers, best friends, best seniors and best juniors best bus wale bhaiya ji bus conductor bhaiya ji, school ki safai vali aunty, guard bhaiya, canteen wale bhaiya.
I was living best period of my life, the love that we shared, the warmth and care that we had for each other. Once Rajendra bhaiya ji(School bus driver) was in need of 5000/- for his daughter’s fees and all of the student’s in bus contributed for him.
Every Tuesday we visited Kamakhya Bhawani Mandir with Rajendra bhaiya ji , all of the students in bus and pandit ji happily put the teeka on our forehead(i am Hijabi since 2009) and gave us prasad with lots and lots of blessings, every thursday we visited Shah baba ki mazar and Bhaiya ji used to put Chadar on mazar.
Before our exams we visted Mandir and Dargah for blessings. Touched the feet of teachers to seek blessings(till now i touch the feet of my teachers)
On every 26th Jan and 15th August, we practiced alot to deliver best speeches, to perform best dance and songs.
Those were happy days there were no muslim, no Hindus all of us were community, friends and family❤️
Ya Allah put that same compassion, love and care in everyone’s heart????
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President's secretary Sanjay Kothari to be appointed as next CVC, ex-IAS officer Bimal Julka to be CIC
New Delhi: Sanjay Kothari, the Secretary to the President, has been selected as the new Chief Vigilance Commissioner by a high-powered committee headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, officials said on Wednesday.
The committee has also chosen by a majority decision, former Information and Broadcasting Secretary Bimal Julka, currently serving as an Information Commissioner, as the new Chief Information Commissioner in the Central Information Commission.
"Kothari and Julka have been selected as the next CVC and CIC," a senior government official said.