New Delhi, March 3 (IANS) The National Commission for Women (NCW) on Monday sent a notice to the Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government in relation to the violence in the capital that has so far claimed 46 lives.
The copy was marked to Delhi Chief Secretary Vijay Kumar Dev for “information on the state government action plan for the rehabilitation of affected people.”
Apart from seeking to know the rehabilitation plan, the NCW has also sought to know how many people affected by the riots have been provided compensation so far. The woman”s body has also enquired about the specific details of medical assistance provided to the injured as well as arrangements for the stay of the attendants in the government hospitals where the injured are admitted.
A NCW team had visited the riot-affected areas on February 27 and 28 when it also went to GTB Hospital where most of the injured were brought and the majority of the postmortems were being conducted.
AAP govt highlights rehab efforts
Minutes after receiving a letter from the NCW asking for specifics about rehabilitation and temporary arrangement for the Delhi violence victims, the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) posted a series of tweets showcasing its efforts for the same.
The party tweeted: “AAP Govt has set up relief camps to provide shelter to the victims of violence. If you know any affected person who needs help, please DM us we will ensure he gets all the assistance from the government.”
भागीरथी विहार नाले के पास विधानसभा गोकुलपुर में कैबिनेट मंत्री @AdvRajendraPal, स्थानीय विधायक सुरेंद्र चौधरी, रोहतास नगर से पूर्व विधायक @AapsaritaSingh, राहत कार्य में शामिल हुए। pic.twitter.com/qukNCLBlak
— AAP (@AamAadmiParty) March 2, 2020
In another tweet where it posted photos of an administrative visit, the AAP said: “There are around 200 people living in the camp, whose houses were completely burnt. The women said that they are being given adequate facilities and their compensation forms are also being filled up.”
In another tweet, the party posted a series of photos of tents and medical aid facilities in the Choti Eidgah area of Mustafabad in northeast Delhi.
In another post, the ruling party said: “Cabinet Minister of Delhi Government @AdvRajendraPal today visited the riots-affected areas of North East Delhi along with area MLA Surendra Singh, former MLA Sarita Singh, Corporation councillors and other officials.”
This series of tweets highlighting its efforts to rehabilitate the victims of the Delhi violence came soon after the National Commission for Women (NCW) on Monday sent a notice to the Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government in relation to the violence in the capital that has so far claimed 46 lives.