The Directorate of Education, Government of Delhi has informed that all government, government-aided and privately accredited schools in North-East District will remain closed for students till 7 March 2020. New dates for the annual examination for the schools of the district will be announced soon.
According to officials, the situation is not favourable for conducting examinations in violence-affected areas, hence annual examinations have also been postponed.
CBSE cancelled examinations in North East Delhi from March 2
Board examinations cancelled due to violence in North-Eastern district will resume from March 2. This information was given by CBSE on Saturday. The board says that where the 10th and 12th class exams were cancelled, they will be held on March 2. The board has given information about this by filing an affidavit in the court. The court has also ordered Delhi Police and Delhi Government to ensure the safety of students and teachers.
On the other hand, the Directorate of Education, Government of Delhi issued a circular on Saturday, directing the government, government-aided and recognized schools of North-East Delhi to be closed from March 2 to 7. It has also been said that the annual examinations will be announced soon. 170 FIRs so far, 892 arrested
The police have so far registered a total of 170 FIRs in the violence in north-east Delhi. At the same time, police have caught 892 people in the case of violence. Police officers are refraining from stating the number of people arrested and how many have been detained. On the other hand, after the investigation in the violence case, the process of filing FIRs is going on continuously. Senior police officials say that complaints are being received every day.
Delhi Police spokesman Mandeep Singh Randhawa claimed that not a single PCR call was received in the violence case on Saturday. Apart from this, the situation in the district is now completely normal.
Randhawa said that 170 FIRs were registered in the violence case on Friday. On Saturday, 19 new FIRs were registered in this case. Police have been constantly monitoring social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Instagram and others) since the violence. Taking action in this episode, police have registered 14 cases related to social media. On the other hand, police have separately registered 36 cases of Orms Act in the district after the violence.