New Delhi, Feb 26: The Indian Army has urged the Centre not to let cops wear combat gear in Delhi.
The Army has written to the Defence ministry saying that the Home Ministry should issue instructions that combat gear should not be worn by Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) while being deployed to handle law and order situations or being deployed in urban areas affected by terrorism. The Army says that the surroundings do not demand such a requirement.
New Delhi, Feb 25: The Intelligence has found a common link to the violent protests against the citizenship law in Delhi and Aligarh.
The PFI and the Bhim Army have emerged as one of the main suspects in the violence that erupted both in Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. The details were revealed by the Uttar Pradesh intelligence bureau on the basis of Call Detail Records.
New Delhi, Feb 25: The role of the Bhim Army has emerged as one of the key suspects in the violence that erupted in Delhi during the anti citizenship law protests.
The state intelligence bureau report suggested that the entire violence was orchestrated and was aimed at embarrassing India during the visit by Donal Trump. The report says that mischief makers had met on Sunday and decided to turn the protest violent. If one witnesses, those who came on to the streets had come well prepared with stones, pistols and even crates that they used as shields.
Sources in the Delhi Police told MyNation that the CAA violence was orchestrated and was aimed at getting wide publicity at a time when the US President was visiting India
The mask has worn out and the so called peaceful protests against the newly amended citizenship law turned violent at Delhi.
Five persons including a constable have lost their lives due to stone pelting, incidents and fire and shooting. While the Opposition is blaming the BJP for the violence, the fact of the matter is what would the party gain by inciting violence especially at a time when its government is hosting US President Donald Trump.
New Delhi, Feb 24: There is high security in place ahead of Donald Trump’s visit to India. Security is particularly high in the national capital, where Trump and his delegation would be staying and taking part in the bi-lateral on Tuesday.
New Delhi, Feb 24: Counter terror, Pakistan and Afghanistan would be on the table, when US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi meet on Tuesday for a bi-lateral.
The discussion on Afghanistan is particularly important as the US gets set to withdraw from the country. In the Indian context, Modi would look for stability in the region and hence Afghanistan would be discussed in detail.
New Delhi, Feb 24: A high state of alert has been declared in New Delhi ahead of Donald Trump’s visit to India.
Security is tight across the national capital. Anti drone mechanisms, snipers, kite catchers and sharp shooters have been deployed as part of the extensive security measures. The ITC Maurya hotel where Trump will be staying has been made out of bounds for visitors till the President leaves. All the 438 rooms have been booked for the President and his entire entourage.