Prohibitory orders imposed in North East Delhi, police conducts flag march after area witnesses violence during anti-CAA protests

'We are conducting a flag march in the area to maintain law and order and peace', DCP Surya said in Delhi

Press Trust of India December 20, 2019 13:59:51 IST
Prohibitory orders imposed in North East Delhi, police conducts flag march after area witnesses violence during anti-CAA protests
  • Prohibitory orders were imposed in 12 police station areas of Northeast Delhi on Friday as police carried out a flag march in the district

  • Police also used drones to keep a tab on the law and order situation in the area

  • 'We are conducting a flag march in the area to maintain law and order and peace', DCP Surya said

New Delhi: Prohibitory orders were imposed in 12 police station areas of Northeast Delhi on Friday as police carried out a flag march in the district which witnessed violence during protests against the amended citizenship law three days ago, officials said.

Prohibitory orders imposed in North East Delhi police conducts flag march after area witnesses violence during antiCAA protests

File image of protests against Citizenship Amendment Act. PTI

The police also used drones to keep a tab on the law and order situation in the area. Joint Commissioner of Police Alok Kumar and Deputy Commissioner of Police Ved Prakash Surya were among senior officers who were present during the flag march.

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"We are conducting a flag march in the area to maintain law and order and peace," DCP Surya said. A person identified as Rashid was arrested on Thursday in connection with the violence and vandalism in Seelampur during the protest, the police said.

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