Bulldozer rolls in to destroy a six-story building in Delhi during a loud protest
Continuing an intrusion prevention campaign in the controversial capital of the country, BJP-controlled citizen groups today invaded Madampur Kadar in southeastern Delhi, destroying some of the buildings considered illegal. bottom. Bulldozers were seen trying to destroy a six-story building in the area in a loud protest by locals claiming no prior notice. Several workers armed with hammers could also be seen throbbing from inside the building.
Recently, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Amanatullah Khan, who succeeded in stopping a similar drive at Shaheen Bagh, attended the event. He argued that the structure was not illegal.
“If we can save the poor’s homes, we’re ready to go to jail. There’s no intrusion here. If there’s an intrusion, we’ll help them (citizens) dismantle,” he said. Told to.
The protests were intensified as there was stone pelling and police relied on firing tear gas bullets to disperse the angry crowd. A visual representation of a large number of people escaping as police use force to fire tear gas bullets.
Locals knew all the construction in the area, and after receiving a bribe from the builder, claimed to have allowed it and accused citizens of corruption, but now what? I am involved in a bulldozer without notice.