NEW DELHI: Re-elected Chief Minister of the capital Arvind Kejriwal has organised a meet with Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, today i.e. 3 March 2020 at the Parliament. Kejriwal and Modi will be meeting for the first time since the declaration of the results of the Delhi Assembly elections. The duo also might their share views regarding the current Delhi riots which occurred in the North-Eastern district of the country's capital.
The meeting is to take place in the room appointed to the Prime Minister at the parliament from 11:00 am. A day before the meet, Delhi Lt. Governor Anil Baijal also met the PM for a briefing regarding the violence.
After the reports of gruesome violence, the Kejriwal government stated that they would work round the clock in order to aid the victims. An appeal was also put by the CM where he requested people to "inform the government about those who need the help most in these affected areas."
Lt. Governor Baijal alongside S.N. Shrivastava, the newly appointed Police Commissioner patrolled the areas which fell under the wrath of riots and even met the local residents from the areas of Shiv Vihar and Chand Bagh.
Aam Aadmi Party, the current ruling party of Delhi also showed criticism towards the Delhi Police force for passivity when it came to controlling the clashes which led to the riots. Gopal Rai, the senior party leader also denounced the police for restraining 'innocents' from the areas which fell prey to the violence.