Day After Delhi Violence, 200 Detained; 22 FIRs Filed


Police said in excess of 300 police staff was harmed, the majority of them during conflicts at ITO and Red Fort

Around 200 nonconformists have been confined by Delhi Police on charges of revolting, harming public property and assaulting police staff, a day after savagery during the farm truck rally in the capital. Police have so far enlisted 22 FIRs in the issue.

Police said in excess of 300 police workforce were harmed, the vast majority of them during conflicts at ITO and Red Fort. “We are investigating this riot and will be arrested. We are likewise investigating CCTVs close to Red Fort, ITO, Nangloi and different territories where the viciousness ejected,” the police said.

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On Wednesday, security was augmented in a few pieces of the city, with paramilitary powers positioned in a few spots like Red Fort, focal Delhi and the three ranch fight destinations.

Anil Mittal, Additional PRO (Delhi Police), said, “We have enrolled 22 FIRs regarding Tuesday’s viciousness where many police officers were harmed.”

A 27-year-old rancher, Navreet Singh, kicked the bucket during the disarray at ITO when his truck smashed blockades and upset.

On Sunday, police and homestead association pioneers had gone to an arrangement that the dissenters will walk from the lines to KMP Expressway and KGP Expressway. Be that as it may, on Tuesday, a great many dissenters from the Singhu boundary and Ghazipur borders changed their course and moved towards Akshardham.

The walk at that point went to Central Delhi’s ITO and Red Fort, where police depended on teargas shelling and lathi charge while ranchers vandalized public property and assaulted police staff. At Red Fort, a segment of dissidents climbed shafts and dividers and raised their Nishan Sahib banner.

Police said CRPF staff likewise supported wounds in the conflicts and their vehicles also were harmed.