TDN World Desk: Carnage in Delhi has affected over 20 localities in the North East part. Many people’s lives have now become uncertain with homes ravaged, burnt, shops looted. At this time of crisis when the people are in crying need of humanitarian assistance, Students outfit SIO assured to extend its helping hands to the victims in all possible ways.
On Wednesday, Labeed Shafi, SIO president, met the affected families at Brijpuri, Mustafabad, and heard the victims concerns and stories of aggreving pain and sorrows.
Extending solidarity to them Shafi said, “As SIO works for students and youth, it’s our responsibility to raise concern against the injustice done to students and their families. We assure the victims of Northeast Delhi that SIO shall strive to assist the orphaned children, support education of affected children and conduct repairs of damaged schools.”
On February 23, Delhi witnessed the horror of carnage. Over 50 people were killed, shops looted, homes arsoned, vehicles torched.
Mainly targeted areas where mob attacked are Chand Bagh, Brijpuri, Bhajanpura, Bhagirathi Vihar, Dayalpur, Gokulpuri, Ghonda, Jagatpuri, Kabir Nagar, Karawal Nagar, Kardampuri, Kartarnagar, Khajuri Khas, Loni, Mandoli, Maujpur, Mustafabad, Old Mustafabad, New Mustafabad, New Sabhapur Village and Seelampur.
We are ready to support at least 100 orphans who lost their father’s, 1000 educational kits to school going students, scholarship to 50 graduate students and repair of schools if any comes to our notice, said Labeed.
SIO also demanded the government should take serious action against the culprits who attacked the innocent citizens and all of those involved in massacre should be punished immediately and the loss of both communities of northeast Delhi to be compensated accordingly.