West Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee condemns Delhi violence

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The complete nation is ablaze with the violence unfold in Delhi. The violence destroyed many homes in Delhi, inflicting lack of life and property. There are many political events that opposed violence, in addition to appealed for peace.

West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday wrote a really emotional poem condemning the violence in Delhi. Through this poem, he has sought solutions to the incidents of sabotage and arson.

The ongoing protests over CAA have taken the type of violence in Delhi for the final three days. On this violence, Mamata Banerjee wrote a 21-line poem titled 'Hell'. This poem raises many questions. <! –

                 This poem of Mamta is in English, Hindi and Bangla language. The poem mentions the violence, which he has additionally posted on social media after writing.

they wrote,

"Where are we? Where are we going? Beyond heaven, in hell!

How many lives are misplaced, by no means to return once more. "
"The nation turns into violent, is that this the top of democracy?"

Let us inform you that Congress celebration leaders additionally took out a 'peace march' to Rashtrapati Bhavan after the assembly of Congress Party Kama Samiti (CWC) on Wednesday to normalize the state of affairs in violence-hit North East Delhi and demand peace. Congress celebration chief President Ram Nath Kovind (Ram Nath Kovind) additionally requested to submit a memorandum.

In North East Delhi, the demise toll in violence and violence has risen to 27. About 200 individuals, together with 56 policemen, are stated to have been injured within the violence. After this incident, the useless physique of an IB worker was recovered from the drain. National Security Advisor Ajit Doval (NSA Ajit Doval) visited the violence affected areas on Wednesday. According to Delhi Police, thus far 106 individuals have been detained and 18 FIRs have been registered within the violence situation.

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