Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal after meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Parliament on Tuesday said they discussed the Delhi violence and first coronavirus case in the city.
Speaking to the media after the meeting, Kejriwal said, “I told him that whoever is found guilty for Delhi violence should be given the strictest punishment. Be it anyone from any party or religion or how powerful he may be, a strong message needs to be sent across.”
He said he told the Prime Minister about the good work done by the Delhi Police in controlling the rumour mongering that had gripped the city on Sunday. But, at the same time he also conveyed him that “had the police acted in the same way when the violence was first reported in one district only, many lives would have been saved.”