NSA Ajit Doval Given Charge To Bring Delhi Violence Under Control, Police Forces Get Free Hand
NSA Ajit Doval Given Charge To Bring Delhi Violence Under Control, Police Forces Get Free HandIndian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval (Ajay Aggarwal/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

National Security Adviser Ajit Doval has been given the charge to bring the large scale rioting in Northeast Delhi under control, ANI has reported.

He is expected to brief Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah over the situation.

As part of the action against rioters, Doval is said to have made it clear that lawlessness in no form would be tolerated and adequate number of police and paramilitary forces have been deployed to ensure order is restored. The cops have also reportedly been given a free hand to combat the rioters.

Yesterday late evening NSA Doval reached the violence hit Seelampur area and held meeting with the Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) for North-East Delhi in his office.

The meeting was attended by senior police officials, which included the newly appointed Special Commissioner of Delhi Police (Law and Order) SN Shrivastava.

Doval also undertook an on ground inspection of the riot affected areas in Northeast Delhi.

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