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“Centre not paying attention to Delhi violence”,says Senior Congress leader

“Delhi’s condition is extremely bad. It is saddening as it is India’s capital. I regret that the government is not taking paying attention to it. Steps should have been taken within a few hours only but it has been two days and no the situation is getting worse,” Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Tuesday said.

“I appeal to the Home Minister, the Police Commissioner and the L-G to immediately bring the situation under control. The law and order situation should be improved. The government should ensure that riots should not take place in the name of religion. This is the Centre’s responsibility,” he added.

Mr Azad further appealed to the people to maintain peace and said that this is not the time to fight with each other.”If they do not have enough police force, they should use other forces. Distress calls are being received claiming that shops are burning and police are declining to provide security to those people,” said Mr Azad.

The senior Congress leader said that the police should remain neutral and the people responsible for the violence should be punished.At least 13 persons have died and around 190 are injured in the violence that erupted in North-East Delhi on Monday.


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