In Delhi, there are still people leaving the house

Fourth day riots in Delhi There were no serious incidents of serious violence throughout the day Thursday or Friday. Yet the scared people are leaving their homes. People cannot trust the police administration, the government or the politicians. Because, when people were burning in riots, they were silent spectators.

The death toll in the riots has risen to 12. The number is increasing mainly due to the death of some of the injured people in the hospital now. Some of the bodies have been recovered from Nala between Mustafabad and Shivpuri. The drainage is covered in garbage. One or two bodies were recovered from the Nala and Ginji areas.

Friday, Zuma day. So it was feared, after the prayers of Zuma, the turmoil would not re-emerge? The question was kept up to the Delhi Police. Security was strengthened in northeastern Delhi, as well as elsewhere in the capital. Additional caution was in the Gurugram of Haryana (formerly named Gurgaon) in Delhi’s lava. But the day is well spent in the end.

In the troubled areas, some shops opened during the day, even though there was a sense of panic. Relaxation is a ban. But despite this, many families have moved to safer places in Jaffarabad, Mustafabad, Ranibagh, Gokulpuri and Mojpuri. They cannot rely on the assurances of the police and political parties.

Two reasons for the unrest are the inaction of the police administration during the riots and the silence of the authorities. Delhi police have called the police in four minutes to call for help from the burning people leaving the burning house. But the police did not think the victim was doing anything.

The silence of the politicians was even more dire. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in the face of the day when parts of the capital were burning – burned, rows of bodies were tall. In the meantime, the Gujarat riots are reflected in Delhi.

Modi was the chief minister of that state during the 2002 riots, today he is in power in Delhi. And there’s the riot. Modi tweeted that Modi did not write a single line for three days. When he died on one side of the capital in three days of fierce riots, he opened his mouth. Just say ‘Delhi’s siblings’ to stay calm. But today’s riots surrounding the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) or the National Citizens Registration (NRC) did not take a single word from his face.

Modi’s right-hand Home Minister Amit Shah held a series of meetings in the morning and afternoon during the riots. But he didn’t even open his mouth. The opposition parties yesterday blamed the riots. At a rally of CAA supporters in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, Amit Shah said, “Opposition parties are spreading misinformation. They say that the CAA will cause Muslims to lose citizenship. They are scaring people, encouraging them to stop the riots. ‘

A four-member delegation of the main opposition Congress also tried to convince people to move around the affected areas yesterday.

National Women’s Commission Chairperson Rekha Sharma visited the troubled area yesterday. Talk to different people. He told the media that the situation is calm now, but in the first place. People’s trust has faded. They are lacking security.

Delhi Police is the most criticized in three days of riots. On that day, the police commissioner, Amali Patna Nayak, was not seen in the affected area for even a day. Among the final criticisms, the central government announced the name of SN Srivastava yesterday as the new police commissioner. Four days ago, he was appointed special commissioner (law and order).

Delhi Police spokesman Mandeep Singh said yesterday that 121 cases have been registered so far in connection with the riots. Six were arrested or arrested. Two special teams have been formed to investigate the violence.

And for those whose homes have been burnt or they cannot dare to stay home in fear, the Kejriwal government has opened five shelters in Delhi.

There are also examples of harmony

Examples of the violence, the unprovoked attacks, the Hindu-Muslims standing beside each other, defending each other in the face of so many casualties, have come out in public. For example, although the mosque was set on fire in Bridgpur, local Muslims are protecting the Shiva Temple of Hindus. Local Hindu-Muslim youths are waking up at night to avoid disturbance in their area. Though many Hindu families of Indra Bihar have fled, the Muslims are protecting the rest. The Hindus of Zafarabad and Mustafabad hid themselves in their homes and saved the neighboring Muslims. In the words of Sarita Kumari, a resident of the area, Rioters, who cut the tilak on the forehead, entered the area and attacked two Muslim families, sheltering two neighboring families. The house was destroyed but they survived. In some areas, Hindu-Muslim neighbors are also providing food for all Haraad. He stood beside each other in distress. Sanjeev, a young man, has taken Shabana, a 20-year-old boy, to his safe place in the city of Karbala. Shabana has given birth to a son. The marriage of 20-year-old Sabitri, who lives in a Muslim neighborhood in the Chandbagh area, could not have happened on Tuesday, unless the Muslim neighbors stood by. When Sabitri’s father threatened to annul the marriage, while Sabitri was in danger of falling into disrepair, the Muslim neighbors assumed all the responsibility. Such news of harmony is being published every day. Hindus and Muslims of Brijpuri, Mustafabad, Zafarabad, Karabal, Chandbag are still raising this question, Who has been wanting to raise such a violent wall among them for so many years? The answer is everyone is one — the rioters are mostly outsiders.

Loni border in Uttar Pradesh on the outskirts of north-east Delhi. Who used the hundreds of malicious assemblers near the border in a planned way, wasted so much life and property, that the Delhi Police Special Investigation Team would be able to shore up the mystery? The question is getting bigger.