Are those whose houses broken in Jahangirpuri are Rohingyas? : India

Auto driver Rohit in Jahangirpuri says that only the poor have suffered due to the action of demolishing the shop

After the violence in the Hanuman Jayanti procession in Jahangirpuri, Delhi on 16 April, the North Delhi Municipal Corporation ( NDMC ) launched a drive to remove encroachment in the area on 20 April . This action was stayed by the Supreme Court on the same day, but by then the shops and houses of many poor families of Jahangirpuri had been demolished. Questioning the violence, BJP and Aam Aadmi Party raised the issue of 'Bangladeshi' and 'Rohingya' in the area. But is the population living in Jahangirpuri 'Bangladeshi'? The Quint's Ground Report

Police restrictions in Jahangirpuri, people getting upset
A huge amount of police has been deployed in Jahangirpuri even at this time. The entire area is closed by putting up barricades. People are being prevented from coming and going for basic facilities and talking to the media. The scrap shop of Hasina, a resident of Jahangirpuri, was demolished in the action on April 20. Hasina's daughter is a cancer patient.

Ground Report - Are those whose houses broken in Jahangirpuri are Rohingyas? Auto driver Rohit in Jahangirpuri says that only the poor have suffered due to the action of demolishing the shop  After the violence in the Hanuman Jayanti procession in Jahangirpuri, Delhi on 16 April, the North Delhi Municipal Corporation ( NDMC ) launched a drive to remove encroachment in the area on 20 April . This action was stayed by the Supreme Court on the same day, but by then the shops and houses of many poor families of Jahangirpuri had been demolished. Questioning the violence, BJP and Aam Aadmi Party raised the issue of 'Bangladeshi' and 'Rohingya' in the area. But is the population living in Jahangirpuri 'Bangladeshi'? The Quint's Ground Report  Police restrictions in Jahangirpuri, people getting upset A huge amount of police has been deployed in Jahangirpuri even at this time. The entire area is closed by putting up barricades. People are being prevented from coming and going for basic facilities and talking to the media. The scrap shop of Hasina, a resident of Jahangirpuri, was demolished in the action on April 20. Hasina's daughter is a cancer patient.  “My daughter is a cancer patient. He is being treated at AIIMS. During this entire violence and subsequent action, the girl fell ill and so did we. No one sees a doctor here, he has to go directly to the hospital. The police have not let go yet. It is said that when it opens, then go. Hasina's  Accusations and arrests of being 'Bangladeshi' Rohit drives an auto in Jahangirpuri for many years. The violence on April 16 had an effect on their business as well. Rohit says that only the poor have suffered because of the demolition of the shop and the house.  “We Hindus and Muslims live here peacefully. Most of the people living here are Bengali and Bengal is also a part of India. He is not Bangladeshi but has come from Kolkata. So they are Hindustani only because Kolkata comes in India. Rohit, auto driver  The brother-in-law of Manu (35) was arrested by the police on charges of violence on April 16. There are bruises on his face. He said, “When the police came to arrest him, we kept begging him to be released claiming his innocence, but we were also beaten up with sticks. And now, with barricades all around us, we can meet our basic needs. Can't even go out to get things and groceries. Should we die here? It's hard to live like this."  After the violence in Jahangirpuri and the action of NDMC, the people living here are troubled by many problems, there were allegations of being Bangladeshi, but the trauma that the Hindu-Muslims of the area suffered in the midst of all this is visible in their conversation.  Source : the quint   "If PM makes a gesture, it will stop", said former LG Najeeb Jung on 'hate politics' On this, the silence of the Prime Minister is disturbing, Najeeb Jung said, there should be peace and peace in the country during the Amrit Festival of Independence, hence this appeal has been made. Minorities should not be intimidated by themselves.    New Delhi: More than a hundred former bureaucrats of the country have written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding hate politics and communal violence. This group, named Constitutional Conduct Group, includes IAS, IFS and IRS, who have urged the Prime Minister to intervene. 108 former officers have signed this letter, including former Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung (Former LG of Delhi Najeeb Jung). Jung said in a special conversation with NDTV, a new era of communalism is going on in the country. The action which was expected from the government is not being done, DM-SP is not taking action, it is worrying. An atmosphere of fear is building among the minority communities, which include Muslims, Sikhs and Christians. We believe that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a strong leader, India listens to him. If they give a signal then these incidents will stop. If you don't stop, you will decrease. All this cannot work, that's why we have written this letter.  It is written in the letter that this is happening in Karnataka, Assam, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi under the Centre, so is there a pattern behind it. On this, Najeeb Jung said that you can say that most of these riots have happened in BJP ruled states, where this is happening. Nothing like this is visible in the rest of the states like Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Telangana. The administration there is more aware, it has the will and power to control it. It is not good for India that 20 per cent minorities do not feel safe.  On the question of communalization among the bureaucracy, Jung said, "There are all kinds of officers among us. These are the written orders of the government that if there is a riot, then it is the responsibility of the SP and the District Magistrate to deal with it. But it looks like they are under some pressure. It is a shame for us that they are not doing their job. On the question of not having a Parliament of Religions after the order of the Supreme Court, Jung said, Sardar Patel had said during the Delhi riots, I want the riot under control in 24 hours, otherwise the SP-DM will be held responsible and the riot happened in control. So if there is no control of the SP and the collector, then there is going wrong.  To a question whether any political class has any fear for such acts, Jung said, "This is correct and that is why we have written a letter to the Prime Minister." If they give a scolding, they will calm down. The silence of the Prime Minister is disturbing. This appeal has been made so that there should be peace and peace in the country during the Amrit Festival of Independence. Minorities should not be intimidated by themselves.


“My daughter is a cancer patient. He is being treated at AIIMS. During this entire violence and subsequent action, the girl fell ill and so did we. No one sees a doctor here, he has to go directly to the hospital. The police have not let go yet. It is said that when it opens, then go.
Hasina's

Accusations and arrests of being 'Bangladeshi'
Rohit drives an auto in Jahangirpuri for many years. The violence on April 16 had an effect on their business as well. Rohit says that only the poor have suffered because of the demolition of the shop and the house.

“We Hindus and Muslims live here peacefully. Most of the people living here are Bengali and Bengal is also a part of India. He is not Bangladeshi but has come from Kolkata. So they are Hindustani only because Kolkata comes in India.
Rohit, auto driver

The brother-in-law of Manu (35) was arrested by the police on charges of violence on April 16. There are bruises on his face. He said, “When the police came to arrest him, we kept begging him to be released claiming his innocence, but we were also beaten up with sticks. And now, with barricades all around us, we can meet our basic needs. Can't even go out to get things and groceries. Should we die here? It's hard to live like this."

After the violence in Jahangirpuri and the action of NDMC, the people living here are troubled by many problems, there were allegations of being Bangladeshi, but the trauma that the Hindu-Muslims of the area suffered in the midst of all this is visible in their conversation.

Source : the quint

"If PM makes a gesture, it will stop", said former LG Najeeb Jung on 'hate politics'

On this, the silence of the Prime Minister is disturbing, Najeeb Jung said, there should be peace and peace in the country during the Amrit Festival of Independence, hence this appeal has been made. Minorities should not be intimidated by themselves. 

New Delhi: More than a hundred former bureaucrats of the country have written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding hate politics and communal violence. This group, named Constitutional Conduct Group, includes IAS, IFS and IRS, who have urged the Prime Minister to intervene. 108 former officers have signed this letter, including former Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung (Former LG of Delhi Najeeb Jung). Jung said in a special conversation with NDTV, a new era of communalism is going on in the country. The action which was expected from the government is not being done, DM-SP is not taking action, it is worrying. An atmosphere of fear is building among the minority communities, which include Muslims, Sikhs and Christians. We believe that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a strong leader, India listens to him. If they give a signal then these incidents will stop. If you don't stop, you will decrease. All this cannot work, that's why we have written this letter.

It is written in the letter that this is happening in Karnataka, Assam, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi under the Centre, so is there a pattern behind it. On this, Najeeb Jung said that you can say that most of these riots have happened in BJP ruled states, where this is happening. Nothing like this is visible in the rest of the states like Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Telangana. The administration there is more aware, it has the will and power to control it. It is not good for India that 20 per cent minorities do not feel safe.

On the question of communalization among the bureaucracy, Jung said, "There are all kinds of officers among us. These are the written orders of the government that if there is a riot, then it is the responsibility of the SP and the District Magistrate to deal with it. But it looks like they are under some pressure. It is a shame for us that they are not doing their job. On the question of not having a Parliament of Religions after the order of the Supreme Court, Jung said, Sardar Patel had said during the Delhi riots, I want the riot under control in 24 hours, otherwise the SP-DM will be held responsible and the riot happened in control. So if there is no control of the SP and the collector, then there is going wrong.

To a question whether any political class has any fear for such acts, Jung said, "This is correct and that is why we have written a letter to the Prime Minister." If they give a scolding, they will calm down. The silence of the Prime Minister is disturbing. This appeal has been made so that there should be peace and peace in the country during the Amrit Festival of Independence. Minorities should not be intimidated by themselves. 
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