Arvind Kejriwal meet with PM Modi and discussed about delhi violence

Speaking to the media after the meeting, CM Kejriwal said that I told him that strict action should be taken against whoever is found guilty in Delhi violence.

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday. The two leaders met at the Prime Minister’s Office in Parliament House. This meeting of CM Kejriwal and PM Modi has come at a time when 46 people have died in the violence in Delhi and both governments are facing criticism on this issue.

About 46 people died and more than 200 people were injured in the violence. Issues related to Delhi violence and development works were discussed in this meeting. It is worth mentioning that on 25 February there was a discussion between Home Minister Amit Shah and Chief Minister Arvand Kejriwal.

Speaking to the media after the meeting, CM Kejriwal said that I told him (PM) that strict action should be taken against whoever is found guilty in Delhi violence. In addition, we discussed working together against the corona virus.

Kejriwal and Prime Minister Modi had about half an hour of talks. Kejriwal patted the back of the Delhi Police and said that on Sunday night, the outbreak of rumors controlled the situation by swift action. However, questioning the working style of the police during the violence in the past, Kejriwal said that if the police had acted at the same pace during the riots, many lives could have been saved.

Let us know that on Sunday, rumors of tension had spread in many areas of Delhi once again. Due to this DMRC closed 7 metro stations. However, the police acted swiftly and prevented any untoward incident. The police called it a false rumor and appealed to the people to maintain peace.

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