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Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia chairs a meeting with police officials and district magistrates to discuss the status of relief disbursements to Delhi riot victims, in New Delhi.

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Residents of Karawal Nagar install iron gates in their area.

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A man in front of the newly constructed community gate at Seelampur in northeast Delhi.

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Besides riot-hit Maujpur and Karawal Nagar, such gates have also come up in Seelampur, as can be seen in the picture above, which escaped the riots.

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An iron gate installed at Brijpuri in riot-hit northeast Delhi.

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Residents of Karawal Nagar install iron gates.

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Residents of Karawal Nagar install iron gates in their area. Gated colonies exist in Delhi but such community-specific ‘ghettos’ are, perhaps, a first in the national capital.

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An iron gate installed at Maujpur in northeast Delhi in the aftermath of the riots.

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Residents of Maujpur install iron gates to ring-fence their localities from potential intruders and rioters in the future, at Maujpur in New Delhi.

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Salman, accused in connection with allegedly killing of IB staffer Ankit Sharma during the riots last month, being produced at a court, in New Delhi.

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Locals distribute food to riot-affected people, in Khajuri Khas Extension of Northeast Delhi.

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Riot-affected people stand in a queue to collect relief material, in Shiv Vihar area of Northeast Delhi.

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A couple sits in their house, burnt in recent violence over the amended citizenship law, in Khajuri Khas Extension of Northeast Delhi.

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Delhi Police Special Cell arrests Danish, suspected to be a member of the Popular Front of India (PFI), for allegedly hatching a conspiracy to incite the communal riots in northeast Delhi, in New Delhi.

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Advocates hold placards during a protest march against Delhi communal violence, from Supreme court to Jantar Mantar, in New Delhi.

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Suspended AAP councillor Tahir Hussain (C) leaves from Sunlight Police Station to produce at Karkardooma Court, in New Delhi. Hussain is accused of being involved in the killing of Intelligence Bureau (IB) staffer Ankit Sharma (26), who was found dead in a drain near his home in northeast Delhi's riot-hit area.

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Muslims shout slogans during a rally outside the Indian Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia. Hundreds of Muslims staged the rally calling for an end to alleged violence and discrimination against Muslims in India following clashes over a disputed new citizenship law, which led to clashes in which hundreds were injured, with houses, shops, mosques, schools and vehicles set on fire.

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Muslims gather during a rally outside the Indian Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia. Hundreds of Muslims staged the rally calling for an end to alleged violence and discrimination against Muslims in India following clashes over a disputed new citizenship law, which led to clashes in which hundreds were injured, with houses, shops, mosques, schools and vehicles set on fire.

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Volunteers serve lunch to riot-affected people who have taken shelter at Eidgah relief camp, in Mustafabad area of Northeast Delhi.

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A member of CPI(M) collects money from people for Delhi riot-affected victims, in Kolkata

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Delhi Lt. Governor Anil Baijal holds a meeting with police officials and local representatives from riot-affected areas at DCP office in Seelampur area of northeast Delhi.

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Delhi police personnel take suspended AAP councillor Tahir Hussain into custody after Delhi Court rejected his plea to surrender before it, at Rouse Avenue Court in New Delhi. Hussain is accused of being involved in the killing of Intelligence Bureau (IB) staffer Ankit Sharma (26), who was found dead in a drain near his home in northeast Delhi's riot-hit area.

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Delhi Lt. Governor Anil Baijal visits the riot-affected Gokalpuri tyre market, in northeast Delhi.

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Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) personnel walk past burnt and damaged shops, which were allegedly set on fire by miscreants during communal violence last week, at Gokalpuri market in northeast Delhi.

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Roadside vendors sell vegetables along a road at riot affected Shiv Vihar area of northeast Delhi.

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Shops open after a week at riot affected Shiv Vihar area of northeast Delhi.

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An injured displaced riot victim takes shelter at eidgah relief camp in Mustafabad area of northeast Delhi.

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Displaced riot victim takes shelter at eidgah relief camp in Mustafabad area of northeast Delhi.

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Families displaced in recent communal riots take shelter at eidgah relief camp in Mustafabad area of northeast Delhi.

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Families displaced in recent communal riots take shelter at eidgah relief camp in Mustafabad area of northeast Delhi.

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A crane carries charred remains of vehicles set ablaze by rioters, in violence-affected Shiv Vihar Tiraha area of northeast Delhi.

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Members of Doctors Unity Welfare Association distribute medicines to people affected in the recent riots, at eidgah relief camp in Mustafabad area of northeast Delhi.

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Mohammed Shahrukh, who brandished a gun during clashes on Feb. 24, 2020 over the new citizenship law, is brought to PHQ after being arrested from Uttar Pradesh’s Bareilly city by a team part of the Delhi Police’s Crime Branch, in New Delhi.

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Mohammed Shahrukh, who brandished a gun during clashes on Feb. 24, 2020 over the new citizenship law, is brought to PHQ after being arrested from Uttar Pradesh’s Bareilly city by a team part of the Delhi Police’s Crime Branch, in New Delhi.

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Locals stand in a queue to collect LPG cylinders following shortage in the riot affected area of northeast Delhi.

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Locals conduct a peace march at Shiv Vihar in Northeast Delhi.

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Locals conduct a peace march as security personnel stand guard at Shiv Vihar in riot-affected Northeast Delhi.

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BSES personnel fix electric cables at Shiv Vihar in Northeast Delhi. The riots in areas like Jaffrabad, Maujpur, Gokalpuri, Khajuri Khas, Bhajanpur and few others have left over 40 people dead and more than 200 injured.

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Women stand beside charred remains of vehicles and vandalised properties at Shiv Vihar in Northeast Delhi.

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Munni Devi, a victim of recent communal violence, sits amid the charred remains of her house at Shiv Vihar in riot-affected Northeast Delhi.

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A view of the backside of the Madina mosque, damaged during the recent communal violence, at Shiv Vihar in Northeast Delhi.

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Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia during his visit to Shiv Vihar, one of the riot-affected areas in North-East Delhi.

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Mohammed Shahrukh, who waved a gun at Delhi Police personnel in the Jaffrabad-Maujpur area during clashes between a group of anti-CAA protestors and supporters of the new citizenship act on Feb. 24, in New Delhi. Shahrukh was arrested by Delhi police today.

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Delhi LG Anil Baijal with Delhi Police Commissioner SN Srivastava and other police officials during his visit to Shiv Vihar, one of the riot-affected areas, in Northeast Delhi.

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Delhi Police Commissioner SN Srivastava with other police officials at Shiv Vihar, one of the riot-affected areas, in Northeast Delhi.

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Delhi LG Anil Baijal with Delhi Police Commissioner SN Srivastava and other police officials during his visit to Shiv Vihar, one of the riot-affected areas, in Northeast Delhi.

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Delhi LG Anil Baijal with Delhi Police Commissioner SN Srivastava and other police officials during his visit to Shiv Vihar, one of the riot-affected areas, in Northeast Delhi.

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Inspector General of BSF D K Upadhyay gives a cheque of Rs 10 Lakh to BSF jawan Mohammad Anees, whose house was burnt down during clashes in northeast Delhi.

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Security personnel stand guard along a road as children return from school at riot-affected Khajoori Khas area of northeast Delhi.

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People take refuge at a residence in Northeast Delhi.

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People take refuge at a residence in Northeast Delhi.

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Charred remains of vehicles set ablaze by rioters during communal violence over the amended citizenship law, in Shiv Vihar area of northeast Delhi.

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An injured person looks on after clashes at Chand Bagh area of the riot-affected north east Delhi.

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Security personnel patrol streets following clashes over the new citizenship law, in Chand Bagh area of northeast Delhi.

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A safe of a shop is seen on a road after it was ransacked during communal violence in northeast Delhi.

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Charred remains of vehicles set ablaze during communal violence over the amended citizenship law, in Shiv Vihar area of northeast Delhi.

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Charred remains of vehicles set ablaze during communal violence over the amended citizenship law, in northeast Delhi.

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A man carries body of his relative killed in violence over the amended citizenship law, at a hospital in Delhi.

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People walk past charred remains of vehicles set ablaze during communal violence over the amended citizenship law, in northeast Delhi.

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A man lies bleeding after being injured during clashes at Chand Bagh area of the riot-affected northeast Delhi.

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Police secure the area during investigation of riot-affected sites, at Chand Bagh area of northeast Delhi.

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Charred remains of vehicles set ablaze by rioters during communal violence over the amended citizenship law in Chand Bagh area of northeast Delhi.

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Brickbats are seen on a street vandalised in Tuesday's violence in northeast Delhi.

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People look at the charred remains of vehicles set ablaze by rioters following communal violence over the amended citizenship law, in Shiv Vihar area of northeast Delhi

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A vandalised school in Shiv Vihar area of the riot-affected north east Delhi.

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Books lie scattered at a School which was vandalized in Tuesday's violence at Shiv Vihar in northeast Delhi.

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Security personnel stand guard outside a school during Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 and 12 examinations at riot-affected Jafrabad area of northeast Delhi, in New Delhi.

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Security personnel stand guard outside a school during Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10 and 12 examinations at riot-affected Shiv Vihar area of northeast Delhi, in New Delhi.

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Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat visit family members of late Ratal Lal, a head constable with Delhi Police who lost his life during the communal riots in Northeast Delhi, at Sikar district of Rajasthan.

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Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy CM Manish Sisodia during a meeting with SDMs to review relief operations, in New Delhi.

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Students, human rights activists and diaspora group representatives during an 'emergency protest' against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and the associated violence in Delhi, outside Indian High Commission in London

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Locals and kins of Aamir carry his mortal remains, who died in communal violence of Northeast Delhi, during a funeral procession, in Old Mustafabad.

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Volunteers serve meals to those affected during the recent riot in Northeast Delhi, at a hospital in Old Mustafabad in Northeast Delhi. Days of communal violence in the area lead to death of 42 people and left more than 200 injured.

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A woman looks at a mosque damaged during the recent communal riot in Delhi, at Old Mustafabad area in Northeast Delhi. Days of communal riot in northeast Delhi claimed 42 lives and left more than 200 injured.

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A man comes out of a mosque damaged during the recent communal riot in Delhi, at Old Mustafabad area in Northeast Delhi. Days of communal riot in northeast Delhi claimed 42 lives and left more than 200 injured.

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Congress delegation comprising of Selja Kumari, Sushmita Deb, Shaktisinh Gohil and Amarinder Singh visit riot-affected area, at Old Mustafabad area in Northeast Delhi. Days of communal riot in northeast Delhi claimed 42 lives and left more than 200 injured.

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Mother and relatives of Mohammed Aamir and Hashim, both of them who lost their lives during the recent communal riot in Northeast Delhi, wail during their funeral procession at Old Mustafabad area in Northeast Delhi. Days of communal riot in northeast Delhi claimed 42 lives and left more than 200 injured.

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People buy vegetables at Old Mustafabad in Northeast Delhi, Saturday. Situation in northeast Delhi was peaceful on Saturday following days of communal riot which claimed 42 lives and left more than 200 injured.

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A view of a market area at Old Mustafabad in Northeast Delhi. Situation in northeast Delhi was peaceful on Saturday following days of communal riot which claimed 42 lives and left more than 200 injured.

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Family members and locals carry the mortal remains of Hashim, brother of Mohammad Aamir, during a funeral procession at Old Mustafabad in Northeast Delhi. Both Hashim and Aamir were killed during the communal riot in northeast Delhi which claimed 42 lives and left more than 200 injured.

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A man holds a photograph of Sabeer as his father (C) gets emotional outside GTB hospital in New Delhi. Sabeer has been missing since the Northeast Delhi communal riot in which at least 42 people were killed and more than 200 injured.

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Shia cleric Maulana Kalbe Jawad chants to offer peace to Ashfaq Hussain who died in communal violence of Northeast Delhi, at GTB hospital, in New Delhi. Ashfaq got married on February 14, 2020, and died after a few days in ongoing riots.

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Security personal outside a burnt property following clashes over the new citizenship law, in Shiv Vihar.

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Security personnel patrol streets following clashes over the new citizenship law, in Shiv Vihar.

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View of a vandalized and burned shop following Tuesday's violence over the amended citizenship law in Shiv Vihar.

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Charred remains of vehicles set ablaze by rioters during communal violence over the amended citizenship law, in Shiv Vihar of Northeast Delhi

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Injured victims of riot-affected areas during a peace march to protest against communal violence in Northeast Delhi, in New Delhi.

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A man, who was allegedly injured in communal violence, addresses a protest demonstration organized by Hindu organizations in New Delhi.

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BJP leader Kapil Mishra participates in a peace march to protest against communal violence in Northeast Delhi, at Jantar Mantar, in New Delhi.

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Injured victims of riot-affected areas during a tribute meeting for those who died in communal violence of Northeast Delhi, at Jantar Mantar, in New Delhi.

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Security personnel patrol a street following clashes over new citizenship law, at Mustafabad in northeast Delhi.

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People leave their houses after clashes over the new citizenship law, at Brij Puri area of northeast Delhi.

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Forensics investigate the premises of suspended AAP councillor Tahir Hussain's house following clashes over new citizenship law, at Karawal Nagar in northeast Delhi. Hussain, is accused of being involved in the killing of Intelligence Bureau (IB) staffer Ankit Sharma (26), who was found dead in a drain near his home in northeast Delhi's riot-hit area.

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A slingshot believed to have been used to hurl brickbats is seen tied to a railing in the backdrop of charred remains of vehicles set ablaze by rioters during communal violence over the amended citizenship law, in Shiv Vihar area of northeast Delhi. The death toll in Delhi's communal violence climbed to 42 on Friday.

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Charred remains of vehicles set ablaze by rioters during communal violence over the amended citizenship law, outside an auto showroom in Khajuri Khas of Northeast Delhi.

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Tyre tubes and slingshots are seen at a rooftop of a school following communal violence over the amended citizenship law, in Shiv Vihar area of northeast Delhi.

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People take refuge at a residence in Chaman Park area of Mustafabad in Northeast Delhi. The death toll in Delhi's communal violence climbed to 39 till today.

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An Indian flag is seen on a fence overlooking a deserted market area of riot-affected part of northeast Delhi.

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Delhi Police Commissioner S N Shrivastava (C) along with Lt Governor Anil Baijal (C on R) inspects Maujpur Chowk area of the riot-affected northeast Delhi.

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Police secure the area during investigation of riot affected sites, at Khajoori Khas in northeast Delhi.

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