Revealed: August 1, 2020 4:49:48 am
Northeast Delhi MP and former Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari has, in a letter to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, claimed that individuals in riot-hit Maujpur are “not being heard by your native MLAs and ministers, and none of them come to this space as it’s dominated by one neighborhood”.
“You’re the elected chief minister of Delhi, voted by majority, representing all sections of society and never solely by one specific neighborhood,” he wrote.
He claimed he had visited the realm amid studies that Hindus have been placing up ‘on the market’ indicators outdoors properties as a result of they didn’t really feel protected.
Addressing a gathering there, he mentioned: “Folks needn’t worry. If anti-social components are attempting to instill worry, they might be handled strictly. Investigation is on and I’ll hold these items in entrance of police; justice can be ensured.”
A senior police officer, nevertheless, mentioned, “We haven’t acquired any complaints from residents about wrongful arrests or worry. We’ve got seen the notices (on the market, put up outdoors some Hindu households) — these have been put up by households whose member(s) have been arrested in riots instances. There’s no safety situation within the space; households of the arrested individuals are opposing the arrests, however no one has come ahead to file a grievance.”
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