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Violence over opposition to and support of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) is also seen on Tuesday. Tensions are still prevailing in most areas of the northeast including Zafarabad, Maujpur, Karavalnagar. Violence is also reported in some places. Although police forces are deployed in the affected areas, people are fearful.

Violence over opposition to and support of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) is also seen on Tuesday. Tensions are still prevailing in most areas of the northeast including Zafarabad, Maujpur, Karavalnagar. Violence is also reported in some places. Although police forces are deployed in the affected areas, people are fearful. Earlier on Monday, the violence took a more violent form. Women broke into several shops at Maujpur Chowk amidst the ongoing violence. At the same time, the mob set fire to a clock, an AC and a shoe store. At the same time, the protesters have set fire on Karawal Nagar Road and are not giving any further life. Police has informed that so far a total of 7 people including a policeman have died during the last two days of violence. .
All shops on Brahmapuri Road in East Delhi are closed, as well as public service. People stand on the road forming groups.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has called an emergency meeting at his residence in view of the violence erupted during protests and support from CAA-NRC. In this meeting, officials have also been called to discuss the violence with legislators.
All schools in north-east Delhi are closed today due to the violence. Also postponed other annual examinations including board exams.
According to Delhi Police, tensions persisted in many areas of the North East district. Police has also met in this regard in Seelampur.
 Police said that on Monday, a person named Shah Rukh, who was operating a pistol in public, has been taken into custody.
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has kept the Jaffarabad, Maujpur-Babarpur, Johari Enclave and Shiv Vihar metro stations closed on Tuesday in view of the possible uproar. The gates are closed for movement of people at these metro stations and the metro train is also not stopping here.  
According to police, one policeman Ratanlal and four civilians have died due to violent demonstrations. At the same time, 105 people have been injured in these violent demonstrations.
Stoning, arson and firing continued throughout the day in many areas of Yamunapar (East Delhi). It killed five people including a policeman, while more than 100 people were injured. Apart from these, 12 policemen including Shahdara Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Amit Sharma were also injured.