Allegations of throwing stones at Hanuman Jayanti procession, car vandalism-fire, high alert across Delhi

Thunderstorms in Delhi on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti. In Jahangirpuri area, there are allegations of throwing stones in the procession on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti. There were also reports of violent clashes between the two groups. One vehicle after another was vandalized in Jahangirpuri area. More than one car was set on fire. Several policemen were also attacked while trying to handle the situation in the area. After the incident, a large police force (Delhi Police) was deployed in Jahangirpuri area. And after this incident, a high alert was issued all over Delhi. Deployed RAF. Amit Shah directed Delhi Police to take necessary steps. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has called on all to remain calm. The situation is under control at the moment, Delhi Police said.
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The situation is under control at the moment, Delhi Police CP Rakesh Asthana told ANI. Additional police forces have been deployed where the incident took place. Police security has also been beefed up in various sensitive areas of Delhi. Two policemen were injured in the incident. Strict action will be taken against the accused.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal arrived shortly after receiving the news of the incident. I will request everyone to keep the peace. It is not possible to move the country forward without maintaining peace. Apart from telling everyone to maintain peace and order, Arvind Kejriwal did not stop attacking the central government. He also said that the central government has the responsibility to maintain peace and order in the capital. Incidentally, Union Home Minister Amit Shah has already spoken to Delhi police. He asked the Delhi Police to take all necessary steps.

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