Manoj Tiwari, raging on Kejriwal, "Tahir's boss should also be punished hard"
Manoj Tiwari, raging on Kejriwal,
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New Delhi: So far 42 people have lost their lives in the violence in North East Delhi. But the political rhetoric continues. North East Delhi MP and Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari have attacked CM Arvind Kejriwal after an FIR was registered on Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) councilor Tahir Hussain in the Delhi violence case.

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Arvind Kejriwal had said that if the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader is found involved in Delhi violence, then he should be punished twice. Today, Delhi BJP chief and local MP Manoj Tiwari attacked Kejriwal saying that double punishment means that Tahir as well as his boss should get the harshest punishment. Let us know that the situation is becoming increasingly normal in North East Delhi. The Home Ministry has said that in the last 36 hours, no major incidents have been reported in the police stations affected by violence.

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Meanwhile, the number of dead has increased to 42. Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal has also reached the violence-hit areas to check the situation. Earlier, the FSL team has reached the house of AAP Councilor Tahir Hussain, accused of inciting violence. Petrol bombs were found from Tahir Hussain's house. Police have registered a case of murder and rioting against Tahir. Tahir is also accused of killing IB officer Ankit Sharma.

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