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Aam admi worried about snatching incidents: CM

Aam admi worried about snatching incidents: CM

New Delhi: The Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, in a tweet said that the aam admi (common man) is worried about snatching incidents in the city.

The CM said that no matter who is guilty, irrespective of their caste or religion, intruder or insider, they should be severely punished. No offense will be tolerated by the Delhi Government.

This statement by the Delhi Chief Minister comes after BJP leader Manoj Tiwari blamed the "illegal immigrants" for a rise in crime in Delhi.

Tiwari also attacked Delhi CM for calling the intruders "brothers" and protecting them from prosecution.

The Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP) Delhi election in-charge, Sanjay Singh, slammed the opposition party's complete failure in law and order in Delhi.

He said that the rise in criminal activity in the city is a matter of grave concern for every resident and not an issue to play dirty

politics.

"Instead of putting an end to crime, the BJP which is responsible for ending crime in Delhi is indulging in dirty politics. Recently, the BJP's Leader of Opposition's wife was also robbed in broad daylight. BJP is not worried about how these incidents will stop. Whoever committed the crime, irrespective of religion or caste, whether it is purification or behavior, catch and punish those who commit the crime. Do not hide your failure," warned Sanjay

Singh.

Sanjay Singh said, "Like the Delhi Chief Minister fixed Delhi's schools, hospitals, electricity, and water supply, if Delhi Police were under him today, Delhi's law and order would not be in such a poor state. It was the Chief Minister who got CCTV cameras installed across the city."

"But the real question is, why are these crimes happening in the first place? Where is the BJP's Delhi Police? What are they doing? BJP should engage in constructive, positive politics, and end the dirty politics. There should be no politics over people's lives and property," added

Singh.

Meanwhile, Chairperson of Delhi Commission for Women (DCW), Swati Maliwal also spoke on the safety of people in the country's capital. She said, "No one is afraid of the law enforcement agency and Kumbhakaran sleeps till a high profile case comes! How will Delhi be safe like

this?"

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