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Won’t listen after 3 days: Kapil Mishra’s ultimatum to Delhi Police to vacate Jaffrabad roads

In an ultimatum to the Delhi Police, Kapil Mishra said he would give only three days to the cops to clear the roads in Jaffrabad and Chand Bagh. After that, he said, “we would take to the streets”.

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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Kapil Mishra on Sunday asked the Delhi Police to vacate the Jaffrabad and Chand Bagh roads in Delhi where protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) are going on. In an ultimatum to the Delhi Police, Kapil Mishra said he would give only three days to the cops to clear the roads in Jaffrabad and Chand Bagh.

After three days when United States President Donald Trump leaves, Kapil Mishra said, “do not try to convince us, we would not even listen to you”. Donald Trump is arriving in India on Monday on a two-day visit to the country.

Around 500 people, mostly women, gathered near the Jaffrabad metro station on Saturday night in protest against the new citizenship law and the National Register of Citizens (NRC), blocking a major road. Kapil Mishra, who has been vocal against the CAA protests, reached Maujpur, close to Jaffrabad, and held a rally in support of the citizenship act.

While addressing a gathering during a pro-CAA rally in Delhi’s Maujpur, where stone pelting was reported between two groups, Kapil Mishra said, “Dilli mein aag lagi rahe, ye yahi chahte hain, isiliye inhone raaste band kiye, isiliye dange jaisa maahaul bana rahe hain. Hamari taraf se ek bhi patthar nahi chala hai [Dilli burns, these people [the anti-CAA protesters] want this only and that is why they have blocked the roads and that is why they are creating a riot-like situation. We did not pelt a single stone during the rally]”

Kapil Mishra then went on to give an ultimatum to the Delhi Police to get the Jaffrabad and Chand Bagh roads emptied. He also gave a three-day ultimatum to the police or, he said, “we would have to take to the streets”.

“Trump ke jaane tak toh hum shaanti se jaa rahe hain. Lekin uske baad hum aapki bhi nahi sunenge agar raaste khaali nahi huye toh. Trump ke jaane tak aap Jaffrabad aur Chand Bagh khaali karwa dijiye, aisi aapse vinti kar rahe hain, uske baad hamein road par aana padega [We will not do anything till Donald Trump leaves. But after Donald Trump leaves India, we would not even listen to you if the roads are not vacated. Get the Jaffrabad and Chand Bagh roads cleared, we are requesting you, after that, we will have to hit the streets]” Kapil Mishra was heard saying in the video he tweeted.

CLASHES AT MAUJPUR PRO-CAA RALLY

Clashes broke out between two groups of people near Jaffrabad in northeast Delhi on Sunday evening where a large number of people had gathered to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act.

Police fired tear gas shells as members of the two groups pelted stones at each other in Maujpur.

There was tension in the area after hundreds of anti-CAA protesters, mostly women, blocked a road near the Jaffrabad metro station which connects Seelampur with Maujpur and Yamuna Vihar.

The anti-CAA protest continued on Sunday, prompting the Delhi Metro authorities to close the entry and exit gates of the station.

There was heavy security deployment in the area.

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Delhi distributes food at over 800 locations to 4 lakh people: Kejriwal

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New Delhi, March 28 (IANS) Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday urged the migrants to stay back in the city during the lockdown and said his government is serving lunch and dinner to over four lakh people at more than 800 locations.

Speaking to the media through a digital press conference, he said the government has operationalised 568 Hunger Relief Centres in schools, apart from 238 night shelters.

“We have the capacity to feed lunch and dinner to approximately 4 lakh persons daily,” Kejriwal said. He also said that apart from this, mobile vans are also deployed to arrange food for those who cannot reach the locations.

“Although there is some issue, I am expecting that these will be streamlined in a day or so.”

Kejriwal said the Aam Aadmi Party MLAs and party workers are reaching out to the migrants, and have been successful to stop a number of migrants.

“Lockdown should be implemented seriously. If we keep moving, the purpose of lockdown will be wasted. I urged the migrants at the border to come back to Delhi. We even opened night shelters in some of the schools around the border areas,” Kejriwal said.

He also said that the ration from April in around 1,000 ration shops has reached and will soon be distributed.

“Coronavirus is spreading very fast. In the countries which we thought were highly developed are facing a serious crisis. We should learn from different nations.”

The nationwide lockdown has started from Tuesday midnight, following which migrant labourers have started moving to their homes in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and Odisha.

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Arrange for students’ food and transport, NSUI tells DU

DUSU Secretary Ashish Lamba, who is from the NSUI, has already written a letter to Dean, Students’ Welfare in this regard.

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New Delhi, March 28 : The National Students Union of India on Friday wrote to the Delhi University demanding proper arrangement of meals and sanitation for varsity students living in hostels or in rented accommodation.

The Congress’ student wing has also demanded that the varsity administration must also arrange for transportation facility for the students stuck in national capital away from their hometowns.

“Delhi University students living in PGs are also responsibility of Delhi University. These are tough times and the authorities cannot ignore the students living from the outside Delhi in the delhi university hostels, they still are college’s responsibilities,” NSUI wrote.

DUSU Secretary Ashish Lamba, who is from the NSUI, has already written a letter to Dean, Students’ Welfare in this regard.

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Social media a tool for young leaders amid lockdown

The BJP leaders are also posting videos of their hidden talent. Shahnawaz Hussain posted a video of his singing on bollywood numbers, While Kailash Vijayvargiya cooked at home.

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New Delhi, March 27 : As the country is going through an unprecedented 21-day lockdown, it is the social media which is emerging as a tool for communication. The young political leaders are connecting on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook with the masses while maintaining social distancing which is mandatory to ward off coronavirus.

They are expressing their views and are posting videos doing househld chores and moreover developing new habits and getting rid of bad ones in the wake of the lockdown.

Former Mumbai Congress President Milind Deora is writing on the social media to express his views about the lockdown. Reacting on the government’s measures on Friday, he wrote, “Only a prolonged nationwide shutdown coupled with targeted testing can prevent COVID-19’s exponential growth. @BillGates makes an important point in the US context. India has taken the 1st in a series of major steps, but may still have a long way to go.”

Similar is the case with Congress spokesperson Jaiveer Shergill who is posting his videos on how to cook while living in Jalandhar and giving his opinion through Twitter.

Shergill wrote, “Govt #COVID2019 Economic Package is case of “Oonth Ke Muu Me Jeera-Too Less for the Ones Who Need More” as:

  1. $22.5 bn not enough for 135 Cr population (Singapore 58 Lac-Grant $33 bn)
  2. 44Cr+ informal labour force left out
  3. Extend EMI Moratorium to farmers.”

Congress Chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala is also sending his video through social media whole reacting on the Covid-19. He lashed out at the Haryana Government for allowing liqour shops to open. However, his attack led to the closure of these shops.

Jitin Prasada, who is in self quarantine in Shahjahanpur after attending the party where bollywood singer Kanika kapoor was present, wrote that the government should ensure payment to the sugarcane farmers.

It is not only the Congress leaders who are interacting with the masses through social media. RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav requested all chief ministers to take care of migrant workers which got prompt reply from Aaditya Thackeray, a minister in Maharashtra government and son of chief minister Uddhav Thackeray.

The BJP leaders are also posting videos of their hidden talent. Shahnawaz Hussain posted a video of his singing on bollywood numbers, While Kailash Vijayvargiya cooked at home.

Robert Vadra, husband of Priyanka Gandhi, is tweeting and writing on Facebook how to beat the lockdown. Even Priyanka Gandhi posted video on how to wash hands to check the spread of the virus.

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