There has been a lot of violence in the north-eastern district of Delhi, the country’s capital. So far 34 people have died and more than 200 people have been injured in this violence and disturbance.
Meanwhile, Ranjit Singh Chautala, a minister in the Haryana government, has made a very insensitive statement on Delhi Violence. He said that such violence is part of life.
Ranjit Singh Chautala said that there are riots. This has not happened before, it is not so. At the time of the assassination of Indira Gandhi in the year 1984, the burning took place all over Delhi. Considering the Part of Life. He said that cases related to Delhi violence are being investigated and judges are hearing the case.
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#WATCH Haryana Minister Ranjit Chautala on #DelhiViolence: Dange toh hote rahe hain. Pehle bhi hote rahe hain, aisa nahi hai. Jab Indira Gandhi ka assassination hua, toh puri Delhi jalti rahi. Yeh toh part of life hai, jo hote rehte hain. pic.twitter.com/b2zeJRbfmp
— ANI (@ANI) February 27, 2020
Earlier, Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij said on the violence and disturbance in Delhi that this fire has been set by the Congress. They have instigated people all over the country against it, and now when there is a fire after their instigation, they are enjoying this fire from the vents of their houses.
After this incident came to light, Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed for peace. At the same time, National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval visited the violence-affected areas twice on Wednesday.
Apart from this, the Chief Minister of Delhi also visited the areas of North-East. According to Delhi Police, so far 18 FIRs and 106 people have been arrested in the case of violence.
For the uninitiated, 35 people have lost their lives in violence, while the property of people has been damaged on a large scale.
Hundreds of people have become homeless and have to take shelter in safe places. All these have affected normal life very badly and people are facing a lot of problems. The Delhi government has decided to provide relief to violence-affected areas.