After the information of the raid spread, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supporters came to Mathura Road near Sisodia’s residence and started protesting.
One group objected to Savarkar portrait at a shopping mall and tried to keep Tipu Sultan's image in its place. This led to verbal duel with another group.
Tension began when a tribal students’ body called for ‘economic blockade’ for valley areas.
Sonia questioning: Delhi Police imposes Section 144 at Raj Ghat, Congress leaders to protest at party headquarters
"We decided to hold a peaceful protest in front of Raj Ghat tomorrow. We had given an application to the Delhi Police for permission but they denied it. Its unfortunate & condemnable," Venugopal said.
Collector and district magistrate L Mohamed Mansoor said, “Many acute gastroenteritis cases have been reported in the district, and a few faecal samples confirmed the presence of Vibrio cholerae.
An official urged citizens to help police identify the anti-social elements engaged in the protests and also appealed to them to caution youngsters against demonstrations.
Karti Chidambaram said the bulldozers may have been "requisitioned to demolish the lives and houses" of citizens belonging to the minority faith.
A heavy posse of Delhi Police and central paramilitary personnel have been deployed all along the roads and bylanes of central Delhi.
Gandhi has been summoned by the ED in a money laundering case pertaining to the National-herald AJL issue and has to appear before the ED on Monday.
On June 10, protests erupted in several parts of India against the controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammad, by now-suspended BJP members, leaving two persons dead in Jharkhand.
Rioting and arson soon descended in the locality, forcing the police to fire tear gas shells for dispersing the two sides.
Additional District Magistrate of Neemuch, Neha Meena issued a prohibitory order imposing a complete ban on organising procession, dharna, or gathering without prior permission.
The move to impose section 144 came with the Supreme Court directing the Uttarakhand chief secretary on Tuesday to place on record that no untoward statement will be made at the 'Dharam Sansad'.
“The Karnataka High Court has banned religious clothing inside school and colleges.
The prohibitory order was imposed on Saturday night following the clash between people of two communities during the Holi festival and will remain in force till further orders.
In an order issued by the city police commissioner, any kind of gathering, agitation, protest or celebration in public places is banned for a week.
Raju said the counting will begin at 8 am at 117 centres set up for the exercise at 66 places in the state.
As Karnataka witnessed several demonstrations over the issue last week, the government was earlier forced to declare holidays for high schools and colleges till last Friday.
Eight men, who were involved in an incident of a sword being carried during a Chhatrapati Shivaji birth anniversary procession near a college, were arrested on Saturday.
Section 144 was ordered around schools in Mysuru, Udupi to prevent protests.