Delhi violence, CAA protest Updates: 8 arrested for Seelampur violence, police conduct flag march in Mustafabad, Ghonda areas
The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to stay the implementation of the amended Citizenship Act in the country. A bench headed by CJI SA Bobde issued notice to Centre on 59 pleas challenging the law. Meanwhile, the Delhi Police on Wednesday morning filed the third FIR in connection with the Seelampur-Jaffrabad violence case. The FIR has been filed in connection with the incident of stone pelting in the Brajpuri area. As many as eight people have been arrested for the violence which broke out on Tuesday. At least 18 people were injured including 11 policemen in the incident . The violence started in Jafrabad and spread to Seelampur, Welcome and Shastri Park after the locals pelted stones and raised slogans against the government. Police said officials are searching for other suspects and Aman Committee is assisting to control the situation. Some miscreants also attacked a bus, pelted stones and targeted the passers-by in the area on Tuesday. The passers-by abandoned their vehicles and fled to save themselves. Police said the violent mob also set ablaze the vehicles in the parking lot of Jafrabad police station, two police booths and three other vehicles. Meanwhile, a total of 14 companies were deployed along with senior officers and local staff to control the mobs.
Faces are immaterial, it’s what they’re supposed to do in their capacity is what matters.
– Team A is canon fodder and foot soldiers. The useful idiots, if you may.
– The Team B consists of SJWs- Human rights wallahs, politicians, NGOs, etc. who’ll jump in to question “What about their rights? they’re just angry, how can you treat them like criminals?”
– The Team C is of Journalists and other from the mass media industry like cinema & ads who’ll weave juicy stories about how some terrorist is son of a Headmaster. Create sympathy in your head that’ll begin to justify their crimes.
– The final team, Team D, consists of high & mighty of the deep state. The Bureaucrats, the people from corporates to judiciary to even Lawmakers. They fight the final battle whenever necessary, to ensure their people get away with whatever they do so as to embolden them and to lure other useful idiots to the ranks.
Who pays for the entire circus?
We, the people.
Amit Shah to students: Tell us if you feel provision discriminatory
Speaking in the national capital Tuesday, Home Minister Amit Shah said the Aam Aadmi Party and the Congress were misleading people on the new citizenship law, and asked students opposing it to read the Act online.
“(Arvind) Kejriwal and Congress party should stop throwing stones into water. I would like to tell the youth that they should read the Act on the website… If you feel there is anything, that there is any provision that is discriminatory, then tell us… this Narendra Modi government does not do injustice to anyone,” he said.
“No one is going to lose Indian citizenship. This act is to give citizenship, not to take away anyone’s citizenship,” he said.
Shah was speaking at the foundation stone laying event of Bharat Vandana Park in Delhi’s Dwarka area.
“Where will these people (refugees) go — the Hindus, Sikhs and others — if not to India?” he said. He added that that this was the part of “Nehru-Liaquat Pact, which the Congress did not implement”.
He said that the BJP is firm on implementing the new law.
“For 70 years, Hindus, Sikhs and others were living a life without job, land, water. I want to tell political parties to go and see their condition, how they are living their life,” he said.
Under the new law, members of Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi and Christian communities, who have come from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan till December 31, 2014 and are facing religious persecution there, will not be treated as illegal immigrants but given Indian citizenship.
Shah also took a dig at Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, challenging him to debate West Delhi MP Pravesh Verma on the issue of “unauthorised colonies.”
“The reason you got ownership rights after a five-year delay is the Kejriwal government. Had they fast-tracked work like us, this would have been done very fast,” he said.
He said the Delhi government deliberately delayed the process of regularisation because they wanted to use it as an opportunity to pull down the central government.