- Humans have been seen in many areas of north-east Delhi amid flames of violence
- Muslims fashioned a human chain with Hindus, didn’t enable the temple to return on
Feb 27, 2020, 07:45 AM IST
new Delhi. In some locations, Hindus and Muslims, collectively, gave the message of humanity when north-east Delhi was burning in the hearth of violence for 3 days. Both communities in Vijay Park and Yamuna Vihar space not solely prevented the rioters from coming into the colony, but additionally the Khadera. Here solely the roadside homes have been broken, the remainder of the realm remained protected. On the opposite hand, in Chand Bagh, the Muslims, together with the Hindus, didn’t enable the human chain to return to the temple.
Rakesh Jain, resident of Gully No. 17 of Vijay Park, mentioned that the temple and mosque are about 100 meters away in the C-12 space of Yamuna Vihar. In the night, the sound of the azaan from the mosque and the conch from the temple come on the similar time. The complete neighborhood is our household. People of the Muslim neighborhood are our brothers. Even at midnight, if they’re wanted, they’re current for us and we’re current for them. Jain mentioned that the rioters are coming from outdoors and all of us collectively should not permitting them to enter the colony.
The two communities didn’t enable the temple-mosque to return on fireplace
Suhail Mansoori, who has been dwelling in the identical space for 20 years, mentioned that because of this of dwelling with both the communities, neither a mosque nor a temple has come on. C-12 resident Rahul mentioned that for the primary time in 35 years, there was communal violence. If the troublemaker entered our market, we chased collectively. Mohammad Zakir of the identical block says, I used to reside in Vijay Park earlier and have not too long ago come to this colony. We have good relations with all of the Hindus right here. They go to us on Eid and we go to them on Diwali. We are continually guarding the evening in order that no untoward incident occurs.
Muslim mentioned – Had the temple been fragmented, we might have been ashamed
Salim, a resident of Chand Bagh, who has been burning in violence for 3 days, mentioned that if the temple had been fragmented, it will have embarrassed us. It was right here that Tabassum mentioned – We had determined that the temple wouldn’t let something occur. Together we had determined that in this fireplace of hatred, the outlets of Hindus is not going to be affected.