Itanagar : Arunachal Pradesh has taken a pledge to issue permanent residence certificate. Violence broke out in Itanagar during the 48-day strike issued by 18 students of the state and a group of civic organizations, thereby imposing curfews there. Explaining the curfew on Sunday, the protesters allegedly handed the fire to the private house of Deputy CM Chuna Meena, while also subverting the Deputy Commissioner's office. Protesters were protesting against the recommendation of giving local residents certificates to six communities.The police said that after succumbing to a person's injuries in police firing on Friday, a large number of people marched on the roads and damaged public property. He also set fire to many vehicles parked in the premises of Deputy Commissioner's office. The protesters also attacked Atanagar police station and several public properties of the capital.Internet services shut, army march flagThe protesters also blocked the road going towards the Nahalgun railway station, due to which many passengers including patients were stranded there since early morning. On Saturday, 35 people, including 24 policemen, were injured in the stone-pelting work carried out by the demonstrators, in which it was imposed a discretionary curfew in Itanagar and Naharlagun. The army conducted a flag march on Saturday in Itanagar and Naharlagun. Internet services have been stopped in both places.6 companies of ITBP deployedSix companies of Indo Tibet Border Police (ITBP) have been deployed in Itanagar to maintain law and order. The soldiers marched the flag on the roads.More than 150 carts damagedPolice said that all the markets, petrol pumps and shops are closed and most of Itanagar's ATMs do not have money. Since Friday, protesters have handed over more than 60 vehicles, including many police vehicles, to fire and more than 150 vehicles have been damaged. On Saturdays, the protesters damaged the platform of the Itanagar International Film Festival in the local Indira Gandhi Garden. Later the organizers canceled the Film FestivalRajnath Singh appeals to keep peaceUnion Home Minister Rajnath Singh has appealed to the people of Arunachal Pradesh to maintain peace. With this, he also talked to CM Pema Khandu of Arunachal and got information about the situation of the state. Earlier Congress President Rahul Gandhi had tweeted, "I was very hurt by the death of an innocent in the firing of police in Arunachal Pradesh. My feelings for the young man's family are. I pray that the injured people get well soon and return peace in Arunachal. 'This is the caseAfter talks with all the parties, the Joint Empowered Committee (JHPC) has recommended local residents certificates to six communities which are not originally from Arunachal Pradesh, but have been living in the districts of Namasai and Changlong for decades. The recommendation of the JHPC was to be placed on the table in the assembly, but it could not be presented due to the adjournment of the House adjourned by the speaker..