Amid violence in Delhi, Brijpuri residents take out a peace march

The death toll in the capital touched nine and the police had stepped up deployment. Photo: PTI

As the national capital was on the boil over CAA and multiple clashes erupted between pro and anti-CAA groups, a group of Brijpuri residents in Northeast Delhi took out a peace march.

The residents raised slogans and said, “Hindu and Muslim are one. Long live Hindu-Muslim unity. We are all are one and we won’t let the peace of our colony be disturbed.” People from both communities participated in the march.

The death toll in the capital touched nine and the police had stepped up deployment.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal appealed for peace and said people should desist from hate-mongering.

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