Violence in Delhi: Congress meets president, demands Amit Shah’s resignation
Current News In India: The Citizenship Amendment Act, the pro-and anti-sectarian agitation has led to violence in the country’s capital, Delhi. The opposition is fueled by this event.
A delegation of Congress leaders led by Sonia Gandhi met President Ramnath Kovind on Thursday seeking intervention in the violent incident in Delhi.
Speaking to the media later, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said that the Center had failed to prevent violence and that Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with Delhi was playing a bystander role.
Once again, the President of the Union Home Minister, who was unable to control the violence, reiterated that the life and liberty and property of the citizens should be protected.
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Senior leaders, including Sonia Gandhi, Manmohan Singh, and Ghulam Nabi Azad, went to the President’s House and met the President.
The protests began on February 23 in Jafrabad, Chand Bagh, Mauzipur, Bajanpura, Kardam puri, Gokulpuri, Khajouri, and Karwal Nagar areas in opposition to the amendment of the Citizenship Amendment.
The clashes have resulted in mutual attacks. The attacks killed 34 people, including one constable.
Almost 200 people were seriously injured.
The Delhi High Court has expressed outrage over the violent incidents. The High Court held that the situation in Delhi in 1984 was repetitive.
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta appeared on behalf of Delhi Police on Thursday’s High Court hearing. The general situation in Northeast Delhi is advised not to intervene until the month is over. The police have informed the High Court that the FIR has not been registered against those who have made provocative comments, which is of no use to maintain peace and normalcy.
In Delhi, surveillance sources have warned that the police have not responded properly, despite earlier warnings of violence.
He denied the allegations that AAP counselor Tahir Hussain had the hand of IB officer Ankit Sharma. He was responding to media coverage of the Tahir family’s conspiracy to murder Ankit. All these are baseless allegations.