CAA Delhi Protest: Arvind Kejriwal held a meeting with Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday during ongoing violence in North East Delhi, which discussed various issues including security. After the meeting, Arvind Kejriwal said that Amit Shah has given assurance that there will be no shortage of security forces.
The meeting also included Lieutenant Governor (Lt Governor Anil Baijal), Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik, Police President Subhash Chopra, Congress President Manoj Tiwari and Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Ram Vir Singh Bidhuri.
CAA Delhi Protest: After meeting with Amit Shah, Kejriwal said - Together will to restore peace
The sit-in demonstration in protest and support of the Citizenship Amendment Act and the National Citizenship Register has turned into violence. After Monday, the violence continues on Tuesday. Reports of sabotage and arson are being received in shops. At the same time, 7 people have lost their lives in the violence that took place in Maujpur, Muzaffarabad, Karaval Nagar in North East Delhi on Monday. It also includes a policeman Ratanlal.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has expressed concern over the violence in Delhi. The Chief Minister expressed regret over the death of a police constable in the violence. He appealed to Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and Home Minister Amit Shah to take strict measures for peacekeeping.
CAA Delhi Protest: He tweeted that 'very disturbing reports are coming from some parts of Delhi about disturbing peace and harmony. That is why I urge the Lieutenant Governor and Home Minister to take necessary steps to restore law and order. At the same time ensure that peace and harmony remain in Delhi. No one should be allowed to do such work. The death of a policeman is very painful. He was also one of us. ”Thereafter, Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal tweeted that the Delhi Police and the Commissioner of Police have been instructed to ensure law and order in North-East Delhi. The situation in Delhi is being closely monitored. I urge everyone to maintain peace and harmony and exercise restraint.
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