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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday and discussed with him the situation in violence-hit North East Delhi. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday and discussed with him the situation in violence-hit North East Delhi. Kejriwal urged PM Modi to take strict action against those responsible for the violence, irrespective of any party. This was Kejriwal's first meeting with Prime Minister Modi after the Aam Aadmi Party came to power for the third consecutive time after victory in the recent Delhi Assembly elections.
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Kejriwal met Modi at the Prime Minister's Office in Parliament House, which lasted for about half an hour. After the meeting, Arvind Kejriwal tweeted a video and wrote, ‘We had a very positive meeting with the Prime Minister.’ On the other hand, after the meeting, Kejriwal told reporters that in the last few days, the Delhi Police has acted promptly to check the rumors and was very active in controlling the situation on Sunday. He said, 'Delhi Police worked actively to control the situation. If Delhi had been vigilant during violence in the same way, many people could have been saved. The meeting of Prime Minister Modi and Kejriwal is considered to be very important in the backdrop of Delhi violence, in which 48 people died and 200 people were injured.
He said that Prime Minister Modi also agreed that such violent incidents should not be repeated in Delhi. Asked whether the controversial statements of BJP leaders were also discussed in the meeting, Kejriwal said that there was no specific discussion on it. The Chief Minister of Delhi urged Modi to take strong action against those involved in the violence, no matter how influential they may be. He said, 'I told him that it should be ensured that such violence does not happen again in the national capital. I appealed to the Prime Minister that the perpetrators of violence should not be spared, irrespective of any party. ' Significantly, Kejriwal met Home Minister Amit Shah on February 25. Arvind Kejriwal met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Urged to take action against those responsible for Delhi violence.