The Violence Of 2020 In The Air Of Delhi Bypoll

They set the house on fire. Aaz Mohammad of Mustafabad had fled home with his family to save his life. Income from daily wages. So, he repaired the house by borrowing.

Shivpuri, and Brijpuri on one side. On the other hand, Mustafabad. On the one hand, the majority of Hindus. Muslims on the other hand. Polling in Delhi Municipal Corporation on Sunday. Aaz Mohammed was watching the Aam Aadmi Party’s road show on the last day of campaigning on Friday. Then he said in a disappointed voice, “I have not received any compensation from the Aam Aadmi Party of Delhi, the BJP at the Centre, or any government.”

Polling after long

Delhi Bypoll
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This is the first poll since the February 2020 violence in Northeast Delhi. BJP has been in power in three municipalities of Delhi for the past 15 years. Now a Delhi municipality has been formed out of three municipalities. Then this is the first poll in Delhi. 

A barbed wire fence was erected between Mustafabad and Shivpuri-Brijpuri during the February violence that began with the anti-CAA movement. Now three municipalities have been merged into one municipality. 250 wards have been created by rearranging 272 wards. As a result, some part of Brijpuri has merged with Mustafabad. Arvind Kejriwal’s party, which is desperate to take over the Delhi municipality with the Delhi government, says that if both the government and the municipality come to the hands of the Aam Aadmi Party, there will be no problem with roads, drinking water and sewage.

About 13 per cent of Delhi’s population is Muslim. Muslims constitute about 30 per cent of the population in North East Delhi. Open drains, broken roads, heaps of garbage, and a lack of drinking water are the daily companions of the residents of the area. The violence of February 2020 is also flying in the wind of the election along with roads, water and sewers. Tahir Hussain, the local patriarch of the Aam Aadmi Party, is still in jail for his involvement in the violence. But when the house-to-house attacks are going on in Mustafabad, the question arises why Kejriwal or his team is sitting idly by. The Aam Aadmi Party leaders responded by saying that the Delhi Police is in the hands of the BJP government at the Centre. 

AAP, BJP, and Congress along with MIM, and CPM also went to polls. Politburo leader Brinda Karat campaigned for CPM candidate Zeenat Zahar in a ward of Mustafabad on Friday. CPM claims that after the violence, CPM has given relief, compensation, and legal help to the people with limited power. Yesterday, Mohammad said, “Many have got help from Asaduddin Owaisi’s party. But the fight in the polls will be between the Aam Aadmi Party and the BJP.”

Wrapping up 

Who will finally win after so much fighting, that is what everyone including the voters is interested to see now? Hopefully, people will choose the right party for the sake of development.