Delhi Violence: Police Crack Down On Illegal Arms' Suppliers
Delhi police have reportedly begun a crackdown on suppliers of illegal arms which played a deadly role as seen in the number of deaths and injuries caused by gunshot wounds.
New Delhi: Delhi police have reportedly begun a crackdown on suppliers of illegal arms which played a deadly role as seen in the number of deaths and injuries caused by gunshot wounds. The police investigation is said to have revealed a key role played by suppliers of illegal arms in the violence.
Police officials are reportedly perplexed about the number of illegal arms which were smuggled into the national capital and are, during the course of their investigation, connecting the dots.
Meanwhile, Delhi Police sources reported that people are returning to their normal lives in North East Delhi which was affected by several incidents of violence.
Special Commissioner (Vigilance) of Delhi police will visit families of victims as also the injured and will go to the riot-affected areas and speak to residents, media reports said.
The Delhi government has created temporary shelters ( 'reinbaseras') for dislocated people. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday also announced ex-gratia relief of Rs.25,000 to those whose homes were destroyed in the violence.
Meanwhile, in Bhubaneswar, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had on Friday, accused the Opposition of spreading misinformation on the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The Home Minister blamed the Congress, Left parties, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) Samajwadi Party (SP) and Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress ( TMC) for the false propaganda on CAA which led to protests and the ensuing Delhi violence, he alleged.