Citizenship Act: 60 social media accounts identified, who acted to incite violence in Delhi

New Delhi: Delhi police and intelligence agencies have been blown asleep by the incessant protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in the country's capital, Delhi. The tone of protest from Jamia University has now started spreading to other areas of the capital, where minorities live in abundance. Therefore, Delhi Police and other agencies have been asked to take special care of social sites.

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Delhi Police has identified nearly 60 Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp groups from which provocative messages were shared. The Delhi Police has, therefore, written a letter to close these 60 accounts. The Delhi police claimed that they were engaged in spreading rumors on social media. Soon the police are also going to take legal action against such people.

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Delhi Police has received intelligence inputs from agencies that terrorist outfits can carry out a major incident in Delhi during the protests. Therefore, the police of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan are in touch with the Delhi police. At the same time, police pickets are deployed on the border of all the states adjoining Delhi and the trains will be allowed to enter Delhi only after thorough checks are checked.

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