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‘Still feel afraid, no loss has been made’: dozens of vehicles in the parking lot in Delhi riots, after 1 year, we reached there again

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During the last week of February 2020 during the anti-Hindu riots in Delhi, the parts of the north-eastern region which were targeted included Shiv Vihar. You must have also heard the stories of Rajdhani Public Senior Secondary School, whose owner Faisal Farooq had a big role in these riots and was arrested but he was arrested in December 2020. Also bail Got it. This school became the base of Islamic mob at the time of riots.

A big catapult was found on the roof of this school, from where an attempt was also made to target the nearby Shiva temple. A large quantity of stones, petrol bombs and slingshot were recovered from there. The DRP public school next door was burnt down. Although classes have been going on in both schools since January, a year later, people around say that the days of gambling still create an atmosphere of tension.

The surrounding traffic is on and the atmosphere is peaceful, but the scene has still not come out of the minds of the people. Earlier those debris and brick-stones were lying on the same roads. A parking area was located next to this school, where a large number of park vehicles were first looted and then set on fire with sabotage. There was heavy loss. Now a year after this accident, Gajendra Parihar, the owner of this parking area, spoke to Opindia.

During this, he said that till now he has not received any compensation in addition to Rs 50,000 and he does not even expect that he will get anything in lieu of the damage done to him. On the contrary, he is engaged in furthering his business by applying his own money. Gajendra told that those whose cars were broken, they also took their own cars and they also did not get any compensation. Gajendra had a total loss of Rs 13 lakh.

'Still feel afraid, no loss has been made': dozens of vehicles in the parking lot in Delhi riots, after 1 year, we reached there again
1 year ago during the Delhi riots, there was something like this parking area

They told that now they do not even run parking, because again there is a fear of riots. They give space for organizing small programs. Proper avoidance, they have developed it as a place of marriage, to compensate for some loss and return to life. Confirming that there was a tense atmosphere on the day of the Jume, he said that even during the violence in the Red Fort on Republic Day, he was afraid that the crowd might come here.

Although they have not received any threats yet, they still refuse to identify those who burn their parking area. When asked the reason, he claimed that the number of rioters in the crowd was 2000-2500 and that most of them were wearing masks. He said that people were armed with many weapons including sword and baton. The intense violence started around 5 pm on February 24, 2021 and looting was done in trains 1 day earlier.

Recalling the scene, he said that the glass panes were broken and robbed of valuables from them 1 day before the main violence. He said that petrol bombs were also hurled with stones and hands from slingshot from the capital school. Gajendra told that in the FIR, he has not told many things out of fear and has not targeted anyone, because he has to live in this area.

That is why, in the FIR, he has raised the matter of damage to his own property prominently. He said that who is responsible for all this, he cannot say. He told that he himself escaped from here after saving his life and returned from there after 3-4 days. It took them a full year to recover from the loss and loss of themselves. Since January 2021, he has resumed his work.

The caretaker of the said parking area also shared his experiences of the time and said that the stone-pelting had started at 1 o’clock on the night of February 23, 2020 and he was sitting here. He said that a large number of petrol bombs were coming from the Rajdhani School and the front terrace in the bottles, so that the trains would catch fire. At the same time, children playing marbles were also being killed by slingshot. He said that 250–300 people had entered.

He told, “Somebody robbed the battery and someone lifted the deck. On February 25, it was set on fire. I was also badly hurt. I have not received any compensation so far. My son was also with me at that time, whose priority was to save my life. Somehow we escaped. I somehow sprung out my 12-year-old child. I had to come in to save him. ”

The caretaker told that they still have a lot of grief and pain after remembering that incident, so they do not even want to talk about it in front of any media person. He said that the atmosphere is fine now but there is no confidence in the time. He said that as long as the police is present, there will be no problem and the emphasis of the people first is to make up for their losses.

During ground reporting of Opindia 1 year ago, local people said that the said parking area was destroyed by the same religious rioters who kept the capital school an ‘attack base’. News of the sabotage in the capital school was well known in the media, but no one has said that the sabotage was absolutely fake. The school, on whose door itself it was written, “No CAA, No NPR“.

According to a news, a total of 170 vehicles in two-three parking areas located nearby Set on fire it was done. Many vehicles were junk. Stones and bombs were found lying on the roof of the parking lot. Leave the cars, even the houses and shops of the Hindus located there were burnt. Police officers were also injured. Its smoke also reached the people who were lying in their homes. In the street following the temple, people were adamant to save the honor of their daughters-in-law.

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