The violent protests against CAA in Northeast Delhi have claimed the lives of five people, including a head constable, while several others were injured.
The protesters have torched hundreds of vehicles, houses and few petrol pumps which forced the police to use tear gas shells to control the violence in the national capital.
Amid the violence, all schools in Northeast are of Delhi will remain closed today.
As per updates from Maharashtra Home Ministry officials, Mumbai have been on alert after recent incidents of violence in Delhi. State Police has taken precautionary measures to maintain law and order.
Home Minister Amit Shah holds meeting over law and order situation in Delhi yesterday.
CM Arvind Kejriwal has also called a meeting, at his residence, of MLAs and officials of the violence-hit areas of Delhi.
As per the reports, Delhi Police has claimed that fresh stone-pelting incidents have took place today morning in Maujpur and Brahampuri area. Commissioner of Police held a meeting at Seelampur DCP Office last night.
We received total 45 fire calls since yesterday till 3 am today; 3 firemen got injured, 1 fire tender was set ablaze: Northeast Delhi Fire Director
The situation is very tense and we are continuously receiving calls related to incidents of violence from Northeast Delhi, Delhi Police officials told to press.