Delhi Violence: SIT Starts Janj, Seeks Evidence From People, Home Ministry Takes Review Of Situation

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Delhi Police says that the identification of these giving data will likely be saved secret.

new Delhi: Delhi Police has appealed to the individuals to share with the police if they’ve any details about the Delhi Violence unfold in North East Delhi from 23 February. Let us know that the variety of individuals killed within the violence has up to now been 38. <! –

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                 Delhi Police has arrange SIT to analyze the violence.

Delhi Police has mentioned that every one those that are witnesses of the incident, particularly the media individuals or if anybody has any details about the incident or who has a recording of an incident from telephone or cell, ought to contact the police.

Delhi Police has mentioned that an individual with any such data can contact DCP Office, North Eastern District, Seelampur on any working day inside seven days of publication of this discover.

Delhi Police has additionally launched cell numbers (8750871221, 8750871227) on which individuals wishing to offer data can contact. Delhi Police says that the identification of these giving data will likely be saved secret.

Formation of SIT
Why and the way did North East Delhi burn? Was it an accident or a riot unfold below a considerate technique? The SIT of Delhi Police Crime Branch, set as much as decide the accountability by searching for solutions to those questions, began the investigation from Thursday evening itself. The SIT was fashioned on Thursday solely after midday.

Home Ministry held a gathering
Meanwhile, the Union Home Ministry held a evaluation assembly of the violence-hit areas. No incident has been reported in any affected police station for the final 36 hours. So far 48 FIRs have been registered. Damage to property has been recorded, additional FIRs will likely be filed. Police has detained / arrested 514 suspects, additional arrests might happen.

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