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The national capital was calm but prohibitory orders continued on Saturday, a day after arson incidents at many places in Delhi following the conviction of Dera Sacha Sauda Chief Ram Rahim Singh of rape in neighbouring Haryana.
Adequate force has been deployed in and around the city.
Section 144 — that bans gathering of more than four people at any one place — was imposed in Delhi, except in north and central police districts.
On Friday, within hours after a CBI court on Friday afternoon held Ram Rahim — a self-proclaimed godman — guilty of rape, around 12 buses and two coaches of a train were set ablaze in the Delhi by miscreants.