On Friday morning, the death toll from days of horrific violence in Northeast Delhi rose to 38, with scores more injured. Areas affected include Jaffrabad, Maujpur, Shiv Vihar and Chand Bagh.
The death toll in the deadly violence that has rocked parts of Delhi for three days rose to 38 today. The Delhi Police said 106 people have been arrested so far for their alleged involvement in the violence and 18 FIRs registered.
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2:35 PM | Delhi put on high alert for 6 hours
2:25 PM | Death toll climbs to 42
1:08 PM | Death toll rises to 39
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After communal violence plagued the capital since last Sunday, Section 144 of the CrPC — which was invoked to in 10 areas of Northeast Delhi — has been relaxed for 10 hours