Sikhs have time and again proved their righteousness by standing up every time humanity needs help.
As North-East Delhi has been immersed by mutual mobs since February 23, occupants of the National Capital endeavored to not fall prey to those partitioning networks on strict lines.
These, maybe, are the most noticeably awful uproars. Delhi has seen as of late with nearly 20 individuals losing their lives and more than 200 being harmed in conflicts among Pro and Anti CAA gatherings, which before long took a communal color.
Inhabitants of Yamuna Vihar said they have never observed such viciousness and they have promised to investigate every possibility to overcome these cruel forces together. They drew away scoundrels who had gone to the market zone and attempted to create uproar in the locale.
In such difficult occasions, individuals are remaining in solidarity against the communal powers.
Many took to Twitter to share the inspiring accounts of individuals stretching out help to one another and offering assistance in whichever limit they can.
A Gurdwara has given shelter to Muslim families fleeing Hindutva mob in NE Delhi.
(Not giving exact location as it may endanger Sikhs as well. Will inform over DM if people may need to go there)#DelhiBurning
— Aditya Menon (@AdityaMenon22) February 25, 2020
In one part of Delhi, a gurdwara opens its doors to Muslims and anyone who needs shelter.
In Seelampur, Dalits blocked the roads against mobs, sheltered their Muslim neighbours.
Police and politicians have forgotten their duty; but the people have courage and heart.#DelhiRiots
— Nilanjana Roy (@nilanjanaroy) February 25, 2020
A Twitter client said he has gotten warm details from revolt swarmed Delhi territories where one community is keeping a watch with their neighbors of other communities to guarantee that nobody from the outside vandalizes homes of the minorities.
Writer Nilanjana Roy likewise shared that she has run over news from one piece of Delhi wherein a gurdwara has opened its entryway to any individual who needs cover.
Moreover, she shared that In Seelampur, Dalits obstructed the streets against mobs and shielded their neighbors who came from other communities.
“Gurudwaras in North Delhi including in Majnoo ka Tila will look after people who need help tonight,” said a tweet.
There are a few records via online social networking media clarifying how individuals are stretching out help to one another right now the hour.
Following the demonstrations, curfew was declared in Jaffrabad and Section 144 was imposed in Seelampur.
Cover Image Source: NYTimes and Trans India Travels