Intelligence department personnel have also died in Delhi violence. The body of IB (Intelligence Bureau) employee Ankit Sharma was found in Chandbagh on Wednesday. He was killed in stone throwing. After this, the dead body was thrown into the drain. An IB officer Ankit lived in Chandbagh. He had returned home from duty. When the riot broke out, he started gathering information from the house. The family has accused a local councilor of murder, who lives near the officer’s house. 25-year-old Ankit was working in the post of Security Assistant in IB.
The body has been removed from the drain on the Chand Bagh bridge. It is alleged that on Tuesday evening, when he was returning home from duty. Then some people surrounded him on the Chand Bagh culvert. He was beaten to death. After this, the body was thrown into the drain. The family was looking for him since Tuesday. Ankit’s father Ravinder Sharma is also a head constable in the IB. He has accused the supporters of an AAP leader of murder. He says that Ankit has also been shot with beating. The police have taken the body and sent it to GTB Hospital for postmortem.
At the same time, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval has been given the responsibility to stop the violence spread in the north-eastern area of Delhi. With this, the Delhi Police has been given full exemption to overcome the situation.
Delhi Police has issued telephone number, information about the victims
According to government sources, “National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval has been entrusted with the responsibility of controlling the incidents of violence in Delhi … He will brief the Prime Minister and the Union Cabinet about the situation … NSA has On Tuesday night, he visited Jaffarabad, Seelampur and other areas of north-east Delhi, where he also interacted with leaders of various sects … NSA It has been clarified that law and order will not be allowed to be breached in the national capital and sufficient number of police forces and paramilitary forces have been deployed… Allowing the police to control the situation. has gone…”
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Let me tell you that on Tuesday, fresh violence erupted in northeast Delhi, in which the death toll has increased to 20. The police was struggling to control the crowd which was roaming in the streets. People in the crowd were setting shops on fire, throwing stones and they were beating up locals. On the second day of tension in the northeastern region of the national capital, violence spread to many areas including Chandbagh and Bhajanpura. During this time stones were pelted, shops were set on fire. The rioters damaged two fire engines in Gokalpuri. The crowd was shouting provocative slogans and set fire to fruit trains, rickshaws and other things coming in their way at Maujpur and other places.