Delhi Violence LIVE Updates: AAP Govt Mulls WhatsApp Number for Public to Report Hate Speech

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Delhi Violence LIVE Updates: Aam Aadmi Party leader Sanjay Singh today asked the Delhi Police if the FIRs registered by them also included the names of those whose hate speeches incited the riots in the Capital. Attacking the police, Singh asked if the police was “under pressure” to not lodge an FIR against BJP leaders who fanned tensions.

BJP leaders Kapil Mishra, Anurag Thakur and Parvesh Verma are in the dock for their provocative speeches that allegedly raised temperatures in Delhi.

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Feb 29, 2020 10:53 am (IST)

Delhi Govt May Launch WhatsApp No to Lodge Complaint about Hate Messages | The Delhi government is considering to issue a WhatsApp number on which people can complain about hate messages being circulated on the instant messaging app in wake of the riots that claimed 42 lives in northeast Delhi, sources said yesterday. They said the government will make an appeal to people to not forward any such message because forwarding any material which causes enmity amongst communities is a crime.




Feb 29, 2020 10:35 am (IST)

BSF Jawan’s House Burned Down in Khajuri Khas | Among the hundreds and thousands of Muslim families huddled inside their homes in various colonies of northeast Delhi over the last few days was that of one Mohd Anees. They hoped, or prayed, that the nameplate outside the two-storey house would give the rioters some pause. The mob was going one by one vandalizing and burning down each house in Khas Khajuri Gali on the afternoon of February 25. The nameplate said house number 76 belonged to Mohd Anees of the BSF and also showed its insignia. But it was not enough to save them from the violence that was to be unleashed. Read the full story here.




Feb 29, 2020 10:22 am (IST)

Latest visuals from Shiv Vihar area:




Feb 29, 2020 10:17 am (IST)

Meanwhile, in Shiv Vihar, security forces continue to be deployed and section 144 is in place. However, no incident of violence has been reported in the last three days.




Feb 29, 2020 10:13 am (IST)

Those who died due to gunshot injury are Amaan (18), Dinesh (35), Head constable Ratan Lal (42), Istayak (24), Mohammad Mubarak Hussain (28), Mohammad  Mudassar (30), Pravesh (48), Rahul Solanki (26), Shahid,  Vir Bhan (50), Mohammad  Furkan (30), Shad Mohammad (35). The police have not identified the cause of death of Rahul Thakur, Faizan, Nitin, and Vinod. 




Feb 29, 2020 10:11 am (IST)

Those who died of physical assault or stone pelting are: Alok Tiwari (32 – died due to physical assault), Mohseen (25-physical assault), Salman (24 – stone pelting), Intelligence Bureau staffer Ankit Sharma (26 -physical assault), Asfaq Hussain  (physical assault), Dilbar Singh Negi (21 – physical assault), Mahroof Ali (32 – physical assault), Mehtab (22 – physical assault), Zakir (24 – physical assault) and Deepak Kumar (34 – stabbing).




Feb 29, 2020 9:51 am (IST)

Class 8 Girl Missing Since Monday Reunites with Family | A 13-year-old girl, who had gone missing after school on Monday amid violence in northeast Delhi, was reunited with her parents yesterday, police officials said. The girl, a Class 8 student, had gone to take an examination at her school in the Khajuri Khas area, some 4.5 km from her residence in Sonia Vihar, on Monday. Her father, who deals in readymade garments, had told PTI that he was supposed to pick her up at 5.20 pm but failed as he got caught in the riots that ensued in the area.




Feb 29, 2020 9:36 am (IST)

Brother of IB Staffer Killed in Delhi Violence Seeks Police Protection for Family | The brother of 26-year-old Intelligence Bureau staffer Ankit Sharma, whose body was pulled out of a drain in northeast Delhi’s riot-hit Chand Bagh, has sought police protection for his family after accusing former AAP counsellor Tahir Hussain and his associates of being behind the killing. “Hussain and his associates killed my brother. They are very powerful people and I want protection for my family for them. I asked for security and they (police) sent it, but right now we are in our village in Uttar Pradesh’s Etawah,” Ankit Sharma’s elder brother Ankur said.




Feb 29, 2020 9:29 am (IST)

 

Traumatised Bengal Workers Return from Riot-hit Delhi | With panic writ large on their traumatised faces, 13 West Bengal residents returned to Kolkata yesterday after being trapped in Delhi without a morsel to eat during the recent arson that broke out in North-East Delhi. It was virtually a close brush with death for the 13 men. “We got trapped in the disturbances. We didn’t get anything to eat for three days. We couldn’t venture outdoor. The police finally rescued us,” said a youth, still looking tense as the team returned to Howrah station by Kalka Mail.




Feb 29, 2020 9:12 am (IST)

Workers remove debris in a riot affected area following clashes between people demonstrating for and against a new citizenship law in New Delhi.




Feb 29, 2020 9:09 am (IST)

16-year-old Boy Missing Since Sunday | A Class XI student, Yusuf, left his home in northeast Delhi’s Chand Bagh, which has been wracked by violence for days, on Sunday to go to an eatery and hasn’t returned since. His father Yunus, 38, has been making frantic rounds of hospitals and mortuaries for the last five days, hoping to find his 16-year-old son Yusuf. Asked why the family hasn’t lodged a police complaint yet, Yunus said, “The situation here hasn’t been conducive since Monday. “With hope fading, he said the family will now lodge a police complaint. Yusuf is the eldest of Yunus’ three children.




Feb 29, 2020 8:42 am (IST)

Family’s Search for Man Missing for 5 Days Ends at Morgue | Frantic search for the whereabouts of persons missing in the riots continued at different hospitals of Delhi and for the family of 22-year-old Monis it ended at the GTB Hospital morgue. Monis mother was wailing outside the mortuary as the family was called inside. They identified his body. He was missing since February 25. His cousin Ibrahim said Monis had gone to visit his mother in Badli and was returning to Mustafabad where he worked as a labourer.




Feb 29, 2020 8:28 am (IST)

Sanjay Singh Slams Delhi Police, Asks If BJP Leaders Have Been Booked for ‘Hate Speech’ | On Delhi police’s registration of 123 FIRs in connection with the riots, AAP leader Sanjay Singh hits out at the law enforcement agency asking them if the names of the BJP leaders who gave “provocative statements” have been incorporated in the complaint or not. He says, “Are the names of those who set Delhi on fire by giving provocative statements in these FIRs? Will the media now ask that under whose pressure, no FIR has been filed against the BJP leaders who have given provocative statements?




Feb 29, 2020 8:13 am (IST)

Last night, the Delhi police said that they have arrested and detained around 630 people in connection with Delhi riots. Ms Randhawa, Delhi Police PRO, says, “We have registered 123 FIRs so far, around 630 people have been arrested detained/arrested.”




Feb 29, 2020 7:56 am (IST)

People gather outside the Al-Hind hospital, where victims are treated and many have taken shelter after they fled their homes following clashes between people demonstrating for and against a new citizenship law in a riot-affected area in New Delhi.




Feb 29, 2020 7:49 am (IST)

An Anguished Son Goes from Pillar to Post for Treatment of Wounded Father | “I was sleeping with my father on the road in Loni today. My father left for work around 5 in the morning. I tried to stop him from going anywhere as I was scared due to the violence, but he said ‘what will we eat if we don’t earn’ and left,” Salman, a differently-abled by birth, said, adding “we did not eat any thing for two-three days.” Salman said, “Two people brought my father in a very bad condition. His head was bleeding. He asked me to take him to any hospital. I kept him in a cart and took him to at least three hospitals, but no one admitted him. The hospital demanded Rs 3,000 for his treatment. I brought him to GTB Hospital today with the help of a few people, who even helped me with some money but by the time he was dead.”




Feb 29, 2020 7:45 am (IST)

Rag Picker Killed Despite Delhi Police’s Claims of Peace | Sixty-year-old man was brutally killed yesterday morning at Shiv Vihar area, even as the Delhi police claimed that peace prevailed in the national capital. Salman, the deceased 17-year-old son, along with his father Ayub Ansari, worked as a rag picker. Thinking that no more riots were happening in the capital, Ansari left for work early on Friday morning but a mob assaulted him mercilessly. According to Salman, his head was smashed with a heavy object and his leg was also injured.




Feb 29, 2020 7:35 am (IST)

22 Delhi Victims Died Due to Stone Pelting or Assault,13 from Gunshot Injuries: Police | The police yesterday identified the cause of death of 35 victims of the communal violence in northeast Delhi — 22 died due to fatal injuries from stone pelting or physical assault and 13 due to gunshot injuries. The police have managed to identified only 26 of the victims. “As per the report available…, 35 persons have succumbed to injuries inflicted on them during riots (till Tuesday)…, 13 persons have died due to gunshot injuries and 22 persons have died due to severe injuries…,” according to a police report.




Feb 29, 2020 7:33 am (IST)

The report, ‘Let Us Heal Our Dilli’, was released after a four-member team including Farah Naqvi, Sarojini N, Navsharan Singh, Naveen Chander visited some of the violence-hit areas. The team visited Bhajanpura, Chand Bagh, Gokulpuri, Chaman Park, Shiv Vihar, Main Mustafabad, including Bhagirathi Vihar and Brijpuri. “Across the board, among Muslims and Hindus, there is enormous fury at the Delhi Police for just not being there when they were needed. People simply do not understand why. We heard repeatedly of frantic calls to the 100 line that went unanswered for 48-72 hours,” it said.




Feb 29, 2020 7:32 am (IST)

Distress Calls Unanswered for 48-72 Hours, Police Absent: Report on Delhi Violence | Frantic phone calls to emergency ‘100’ number went unanswered for 48-72 hours and police personnel were missing when people needed them, a fact-finding report by a civil rights group based on eyewitness accounts from riot-hit northeast Delhi claimed yesterday. According to the report, residents of the affected areas did not get any help from police during emergencies. They are also upset with the Delhi government for not standing with the victims and the Centre for delayed deployment of security forces.




Feb 29, 2020 7:32 am (IST)

Distress Calls Unanswered for 48-72 Hours, Police Absent: Report on Delhi Violence | Frantic phone calls to emergency ‘100’ number went unanswered for 48-72 hours and police personnel were missing when people needed them, a fact-finding report by a civil rights group based on eyewitness accounts from riot-hit northeast Delhi claimed yesterday. According to the report, residents of the affected areas did not get any help from police during emergencies. They are also upset with the Delhi government for not standing with the victims and the Centre for delayed deployment of security forces.

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