The posters bear photographs, names and addresses of those accused of vandalism during protests against the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Act.
Akbaruddin said the rulers are not concerned about falling GDP or economy but more concerned about CAA. CAA, NPR and NRC.
Despite high security, the situation remained tense in the riot-hit areas even as the death toll reached 34. The dead include two policemen.
Daily wage earners at Bhajanpura and Khajuri Khas say they are too busy earning their living to indulge in rioting
Many locals in violence-hit areas of Maujpur, Chandbagh, Jaffrabad and Bhajanpura complained about the lack of essentials.
The family had been looking for Ankit after he went missing on Tuesday. Ankit’s mother Sudha Sharma accused the police of inaction.
At least 27 people have been killed and over 200 injured in communal violence which broke out three days ago.
Left leaders attacked the Centre on Wednesday, saying that the Delhi Police was not only unsuccessful in containing violence but also complicit to some extent.
The residents said there was an uneasy calm on Monday but things took a violent turn from Tuesday evening.
Northeast Delhi has been rocked by communal riots that broke out three days ago after mobs clashed with one another in Jaffrabad and adjoining areas.
However, on the fourth day on Wednesday, since violent clashes erupted in northeast Delhi following protests against the CAA, the situation started returning to normal.
The students also alleged that they were later detained by the Delhi police and were taken to nearby Civil Lines police station.
In the worst riots in the national capital since the anti-Sikh violence in 1984 that left about 3,000 people dead, at least 27 people have lost their lives in Delhi in the past three days.
Along with her husband Vignesh, Bhaghyalakshmi raised anti-CAA slogans at the site, where overnight protests have now continued for more than 12 days.
The BJP leader has been accused of stoking the pro-CAA passions by opposition parties that led to violence that ultimately turned into a communal face-off.