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Two cow carcasses found in Trilokpuri : Hit by sealing, dairy business had resumed after 3-month break

Owner of a dairy in Trilokpuri area, Singh had 15 cows before the incident.

Police deployed in Trilokpuri as 2 cow carcasses are found near lake

A PCR call about severed parts of two cows strewn across the ground next to the lake was made around 6.30 am. “It’s a sensitive situation. Things were under control by 9.30 am. Around 70 police personnel have been deployed. We are alert and patrolling is on,” said DCP (East) Jasmeet Singh.

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Need more teams. Youth fight when they have nothing else to do: Shahruk Khan, Trilokpuri resident

Last week, Trilokpuri, a communally sensitive locality in East Delhi, witnessed a clash of another kind — a cricket match organised by the Delhi Police to bridge the gap between its Hindu and Muslim communities.

Delhi: Five days after clash, stones fly in Trilokpuri

Joint Commissioner of Police (Eastern range) Ravindra Yadav, said, “The situation is under control. There was no firing in the area. There was some stone pelting, but not to the extent of the earlier incident..."

Trilokpuri tense as dispute between two families takes violent turn, police deployed

Trouble erupted in Trilokpuri after a woman and her son allegedly tried to force another woman to eat the flesh of a dead animal to “ward off evil”.

Hardlook: Under CCTV canopy, drone gaze

According to Trilokpuri MLA Raju Dhingan, insecurity has crept into people’s lives. He finds the situation “ridiculous”.

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I won’t say much, some people take offence, says Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti

In Trilokpuri though, not once did the controversial Minister speak of the riots that had taken place a few metres away from where she spoke.

In Trilokpuri, MP talks of issues beyond riots

Less than a kilometre from where the rioting began, Trilokpuri's first rally since found no mention of violence.

Poll panel surveys tense areas for ‘sensitive’ tag

Sensitive booths will be protected by Central forces apart from the local police.

Residents, police do their bit to preserve peace in Trilokpuri

Police have also been handing out tennis rackets and footballs to encourage children and youth to play and restore normalcy

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