Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said India's army has taken control of a key canal that supplies water to Delhi. Protesters from the Jat community demanding job quotas in neighbouring Haryana state seized the Munak canal. According to the sources 10 million people are without water. Sixteen people have been killed and hundreds wounded in three days of riots. Hundreds of water tankers are being dispatched across Delhi and schools are closed after supplies from a canal were sabotaged during violent protests. The army took control of parts of the canal on Monday morning, but it's unclear how long repairs will take.

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