after a day Sectarian clashes erupted out in Jahangirpuri, northwest Delhi After shobha yatra organized on the occasion of meeting Hanuman Jayanti of Aman (peace) committees on Sunday to discuss way forward It ended abruptly after a BJP council member blamed ‘illegal immigrants’ for violence.
tension prevailed in The area Even as companies of The Central Reserve Police and Rapid Action Force took control of the streets in full riot gear. in the middle of Chuck, where violence erupted out on Saturday, broken stones and splinters of Glass was swept away as police pitched a white tent for the meeting.
The meeting was attended by senior police officers from North West Region surrounded by DCP Usha Rangnani, Aman Committee members from Mahender Park, Jahangirpuri and Adarsh Nagar and BJP advisor from Adarsh Nagar Garima Gupta.
DCP resume for Peace, he promised strict action, and asked the safety committees, which include members of different sects, to play a active role in Anti rumors ensure Hello in The area.
“Both groups should They have adjusted themselves. there should Be law, order and community harmony. The police will investigate with Justice and impartiality. If a situation arises, some harmful elements benefit of He. She.
There is room for rumors and fake rumors news. I ask you all not to do that follow Such things,” DCP said.
The senior Then the officer spoke for a while on The way forward: “mischievous and hostile-social elements should are contained. If you find them, please take action and call us. There will be strict measures against rioters.”
Then counselor Gupta asked DCP for So to speak. “me want to say this in Open public. Hindus and Muslims live together in Hello. The problem in us area if you come directly to this point, are bangladesh muslims who They started living here,” Gupta said.
Rangnani asks Gupta to stop. “You digress from the issue,” said the DCP, asking members of the Safety Committee to leave the meeting. “Aap sab log apne ilake mein jaiye (please leave) for your regions). Leaves us They all keep the peace,” said the DCP and left.