In the Indian capital, New Dehli, protests against a controversial citizenship law have left seven dead.
The Indian government has turned northeast Dehli into a military camp to control protesters against the controversial citizenship law, where 35 companies of para-military forces have been deployed.
Special Cell, Crime Branch and other law enforcement personnel have been deployed in the area while additional police personnel have also been summoned.
After the riots in New Dehli, Union Home Minister of India Amit Shah called for a high-level meeting in which New Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also attended.
New Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has appealed to the citizens to remain calm and said that many policemen and civilians have been injured and lost their lives. Many houses and shops were also set on fire.
On the other hand, in the worst-case scenario in the city, New Delhi authorities have alerted staff from hospitals all over the city, while fire brigade officials have been directed to contact police and reach the affected places immediately.