Kejriwal seen in action mode on Delhi violence, spoke about martyr Ratanlal

Feb 27 2020 03:52 PM
Kejriwal seen in action mode on Delhi violence, spoke about martyr Ratanlal

The capital of India, Delhi, has been witnessing violence for a long time. Many areas have been affected by this violence. The Aam Aadmi Party has decided that they will provide relief material to the people in the violence-affected areas. This decision has been taken in the high-level meeting chaired by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, Minister Kailash Gehlot and other high officials attended this meeting. So far 34 people have died in violence in several areas of Delhi, while more than 250 people are injured. However, at present, the situation is under control and police forces have been deployed in the violence-affected areas.

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Arvind Kejriwal also appeared in full action mode on Wednesday. In the assembly session, he announced financial assistance to the family of martyr Ratan Lal. After this, he reached the DCP office in the violence-prone area of the North East and took stock of the situation. After this, he appealed to the people to maintain peace. Here the number of dead has increased to 34.

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In the Delhi violence case, advocate Sanjeev Kumar filed a petition in the Delhi High Court to instruct the police to register an FIR against social activist Harsh Mander, radio jockey Syama, actress Swara Bhaskar and AAP MLA Amanullah Khan. Demand has also been made to investigate the matter with the NIA. Delhi's Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal has appointed Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, Additional Solicitor General MK Acharya, Advocate Amit Mahajan, and Rajat Nayyar to represent Delhi Police. They will be represented in the violence-hit areas of North East, Shahdara, and East Delhi.

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