Adesh Gupta, the chief of the Delhi BJP, said he would write to the South and East Delhi municipal corporations and ask them to remove Rohingya and Bangladeshis from the city.
Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta (Photo: File)
Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta said on Thursday that there is “no place for Rohingyas and Bangladeshis” in Delhi. He said he would write to the South and East Delhi municipal corporations and ask them to “oust Rohingyas and Bangladeshis”.
Earlier, Adesh Gupta had alleged that the Jahangirpuri communal clash that occurred last week was a result of the Aam Aadmi Party-led Delhi government “aiding the illegal stay of Rohingyas and Bangladeshi immigrants”.
The BJP and AAP have been sparring over the issue of Rohingyas in Delhi since the Jahangirpuri clash broke out.
- A communal clash broke out between two groups in Delhi’s Jahangirpuri during a Hanuman Jayanti procession on Saturday. Nine people were injured.
- The Delhi Police launched a probe and has held 25 adults and two juveniles in the case so far.
- Meanwhile, the Delhi BJP claimed those accused in the Jahangirpuri violence were living in illegal constructions and demanded that they be demolished.
- The North Delhi Municipal Corporation launched an anti-encroachment drive on Wednesday to demolish illegal structures. Nine bulldozers demolished a number of structures.
- The Supreme Court stayed the demolition on Wednesday and maintained status quo on Thursday. The next hearing will be held two weeks from now.
(With inputs from Ram Kinkar Singh)
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