Delhi violence are deep

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Delhi violence are deep

The story of the riot caused by the rioters in Delhi violence is frightening, the miscreants orchestrated for hours and people were somehow trying to save their houses and shops but they could not stand before their numbers.

 

Rahul Solanki, 27, who was killed in the riots in East Delhi violence last week, came out of his house to take milk but suddenly started getting stoned and suddenly a bullet hit his throat. Those standing around Rahul immediately fled from the spot. Rahul’s father Hari Singh Solanki says, “Rahul’s younger brother and his maternal uncle’s son took him to several nursing homes but none gave him first aid. During that time, he was breathing, the nursing home people admitted him Refused and if I had been given first aid treatment my son would have survived. ” Rahul’s father says that he took Rahul to the community center of Loni where doctors declared him dead.

Delhi violence

Delhi violence

In the Delhi violence, rioters also burnt the house of Border Security Force (BSF) soldier Mohammad Anees. The family members of Anis had saved their lives by running in some way. Anees was not at home at the time of the violence and his father called him and informed him. After receiving the news of Delhi violence, Anis Khajuri Khas posted in Orissa returned to his home and found the house burnt. Anees says, “I am in the army but there is no Hindu-Muslim in the army nor is anyone asked about the caste. In the army, all are one and all are Indians. Anis says,” No face of the crowd Does not happen and when she comes she does not leave anyone. The mob only commits violence and kills everything. ” Also, Anees has appealed to the people to maintain peace. Anees says that no one is going to benefit from the riots and people should think about the future. BSF is repairing the house of Anees and he says that soon Anees’s house will be worth living.

Delhi violence

Mohammad Aslam’s house was also burnt by rioters in north-east Delhi. By the time Aslam could understand the seriousness of the Delhi violence, an uncontrollable crowd was at his door and he started vandalizing and arson at home. Aslam says, “My house was burnt, the money and jewelry at home were also burnt.” Aslam explains that before the attack there was a sound of tear gas shells and the fight was going on on the other side and stones were coming from both sides. He says, “After that the rioters came towards us and our houses and shops Was set on fire. ”

Delhi violence

Similarly, Gyanendra Kumar, who runs a bakery in Bhajanpura, says that he was engaged in saving his bakery along with some people but at one time he failed to save his bakery among the crowd of thousands. He says, “I had no idea that people would create this kind of orgy and set the bakery on fire. I thought that there would be looting and the mob would go away but I thought it was wrong. The mob first looted the shop and then set fire to it Applied. ”

Recalling the time of the riots, Usha, 46, says that the street where she lives suddenly got crowded and she went to a safe haven to save the lives of her and the children. Usha says, “We don’t know who those people were, but they were not the people of this street, the people who attacked were outsiders.” A car parking in Shiv Vihar was also set on fire by rioters and 50 to 60 vehicles were burnt in it. Riyaz Malik, who lives near this parking lot, says, “There was stone pelting from both sides and at the same time The trains caught fire. ” Riyaz could not tell which people set the vehicles on fire.

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