Delhi Police have detained 200 protesters following Tuesday's aggression in Delhi during a massive protest against agricultural reforms.
Thousands of farmers clashed with police as protesters on the outskirts of the city forced their way in.
One protester died, and more than 300 police officers were injured.
Blaming the chaos on rogue elements among an otherwise peaceful march, most farmers' leaders said they would not call off their protests.
Those detained are being held on charges of rioting, damaging public property, and attacking police personnel. So far, 22 police complaints have been registered.
"We are making arrests after conducting proper verification. We are also looking into CCTVs near Red Fort, ITO, Nangloi and other areas where the violence erupted,"police said.