He further slammed the Congress, stating that the party, which had held sway in the country for long was responsible for the misery of the farmers.
Congress will pay heavy price for taking anti-farmer stand, says Kiren Rijiju over India Gate incident
Earlier in the morning, close to 15-20 Punjab Youth Congress workers arrived at the India Gate, New Delhi and tried to set a tractor on fire, apart from protesting against the farm bills.
Fleeing homes in fear of riotous mobs, people from violence-hit parts of the city are picking up the pieces at a shelter put together by the Delhi Waqf Board
The nine-member committee headed by Greater Kailash MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj held its first meeting, in which it decided to tackle fake messages and hate content.
Sensing the gravity of the matter, Kumar and his team swung into action and rushed towards the spot.
Class 12 and class 10 students had their physics and music papers on Monday, a day after riots broke out in areas of northeast-Delhi over the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act.
Earlier in the day, refuting rumours about tensions in the city, the Delhi Police urged the people not to pay heed to them, asserting that the situation is completely normal.
Visible police presence with outreach will build confidence of locals to restore normalcy. He also instructed the police to maintain strict vigilance,” said a government official.
What was once home for four families now stands as a remnant of the devastating riots in New Delhi.
At least 38 people, including a police head constable, have died while around 200 people have been injured in the communal violence that rocked northeast Delhi for four days.
A small-time electrician, Ishteyaque was the third among four siblings. He is survived by two elder sisters and a younger brother, who got married 15 days ago.
Kejriwal’s reaction came just a few hours before the party suspended its councillor Tahir Hussain, who is accused of being involved in the death of an IB staffer.
Many locals in violence-hit areas of Maujpur, Chandbagh, Jaffrabad and Bhajanpura complained about the lack of essentials.
Left leaders attacked the Centre on Wednesday, saying that the Delhi Police was not only unsuccessful in containing violence but also complicit to some extent.
Four bodies were brought to the Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital from the Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital, taking the death toll to 17, a senior official said.