As the national capital is slowly crawling back towards normalcy, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted to announce that efforts were being made to ensure relief measures reach to those in need. Last Sunday, Delhi witnessed violent clashes which broke out initially between pro and anti-CAA protestors but later escalated into a riot-like situation taking the national capital by storm. The riots resulted in the death of 43 people with 180 injured. In the aftermath of the violence, Delhi CM stated that their main aim right now was to bring 'life back on track'.
On Saturday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal held a review meeting with government officials to discuss the relief operations in the violence-hit areas of North-East Delhi. Kejriwal stated that the need of the hour was to ensure communal harmony prevailed among communities and to make sure that people who had fled their homes in fear of riots, return back.
"We have held a review meeting with all department officials. Our first priority is to bring the lives of people on track. Violence has stopped now. Many people have left their houses. They should return. Our intention is to ensure communal harmony among communities," Kejriwal said at a press conference.