47 killed in Delhi riots

New Delhi—The death toll from the latest religious riots has reached 47 as four more bodies were located and brought to the hospital.
Tensions prevailed owing to heavy deployment of security forces in riot-hit areas though the situation was peaceful.
Currently, both houses of parliament Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha were postponed due to chaos and aggression in Delhi.
The debate on the budget session was going on, yet the opposition leaders protesting for the resignation of interior minister Amit Shah over Delhi violence.
The Indian Supreme Court, on the other hand, decided to hear the case for registration of investigation reports against political leaders who fueled the religious aggression leading to riots in the capital. Further, on, courts were not capable to handle pressure to curb riots.
So far, Delhi police have detained more than 900 persons related to the violence and registered 254 FIRs. Several 41 cases were filed in the arms act.
In the meantime, the Delhi high court has called for a status report on actions taken for rehabilitation of affected people from police officials. The court listed the issue for further hearing at the end of April.
The Meghalaya region, far from the capital, saw new acts of violence related to the citizenship law. There was unrest in the state’s capital shilling as unidentified people stabbed spree in the busiest market of the city, killing three people and injuring more than ten persons.
Soon, the state administration imposed a curfew in shilling while the mobile services were restricted. Moreover, police arrested eight people involved in violence.
India passed a citizenship amendment act CAA in December. The act provoked violence as it grants citizenship to non-Muslims religious minorities. The law is condemned since its inception and the country is witnessing riots against the law.–Worldwide News

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