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Crime Branch will investigate Delhi violence on 26 January: Delhi Police

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In connection with the violence in Delhi on 26 January, the Delhi Police has sentenced sections 395 (robbery), 397 (with intent to commit robbery or robbery, murder or serious injury), 120B (criminal conspiracy punishment) and other sections of IPC in connection with the violence in Delhi. A case has been registered.

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The crime branch will investigate the farmers violence matter.

On the occasion of Republic Day, the miscreants involved in the Farmers Tractor Parade created such an incident, whose pictures are shaking every Indian. On the occasion of Republic Day, the demonstrators at the Red Fort not only hoisted the Nishan Sahib, but also vandalized it. 

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From the walls of the Red Fort to the vehicles and chairs have broken and caused considerable damage. 

News agency ANI has shown the condition of the Red Fort through photographs. The protesters, who came from Singhu and Tikari borders, created a ruckus at the Red Fort on Tuesday afternoon. Not only this, they broke the ticket counter, vandalized the entry gate and also damaged the metal detector machines installed there. 

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Almost Thousands of protesters, who arrived in thousands, had captured the Red Fort for some time. A crowd of protesters climbed the ramparts and hoisted the flag of Nishan Sahib. After this, what they showed in front of them went on breaking. It is being told that some domes have also been damaged. 

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