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As law and order situation improves in Delhi, CRPF withdraws nodal officers

IndiaTimes Monday, 15 February 2021
These officers who were deployed after January 26 violence, were performing duty as nodal officers to maintain law and order situation. They were deployed after Delhi Police requested for paramilitary forces to control on ground mob situation.
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