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rediff News 02/28/2020 07:49
The Delhi police initiated an "outreach programme" on Friday as part of which its officials met imams and maulvis of various mosques in riot-hit northeast Delhi, officials said. The exercise was carried out by senior officials outside mosques in Kardampuri and Kabir Nagar. These areas witnessed pitched battle between the two communities on Tuesday and Wednesday. During the meeting, senior police officers were briefed about the recent riots.
rediff News 02/28/2020 07:30
An interesting and even more worrying factor of the Delhi riots now is the fact that despite such 'provocation', violence has not spread outside, even to other areas in the national capital and nearby regions and states. The last time it was so localised was during the infamous Gujarat riots of 2002, says N Sathiya Moorthy. While it looks as if the latest spate of 'Delhi riots' was aimed at US president Donald Trump's much-hyped India visit, it is for the police investigators and a judicial inquiry, or even a parliamentary panel, to find out the truth to come to the right conclusions in the matter, but perceptions remain. One, and of course the popular thing is to blame it on the anti-CAA rioters, Muslims and 'anti-nationals', and of course.
rediff News 02/28/2020 04:03
"In the last 60 hours, no incident has taken place. We have made arrangements as there are Friday prayers today. Through the extensive outreach programme done by us and the interaction with the people, we get to know that everybody wants peace. We are moving fast towards normalcy. In the Aman Committee meetings everybody has said that they will work for maintaining peace," the special commissioner said.
rediff News 02/27/2020 23:35
"Why was the home minister not visible (during the violence)? The country got a strong home minister but he was not visible and this is shocking. During the assembly elections in Delhi, Amit Shah, despite being the home minister took out ample time for his campaigning. But he was not visible when the whole of Delhi was burning, said the party in its mouthpiece Saamana.

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