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Yuvraj Singh and Virender Sehwag Hoping For Some Peace In Delhi
By CricShots - Feb 26, 2020 3:02 pm
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Indian cricket stalwarts, Yuvraj Singh and Virender Sehwag took to Twitter to express their distress over the violence in Delhi, which has witnessed 20 deaths so far. They have demanded some ‘peace and harmony’ from the people of the national capital.

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Tweeting about the same along with the hashtag ‘#DelhiBurning’, India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh wrote: “What’s going on in Delhi is heartbreaking, requesting everyone to please maintain peace and harmony. Hoping the authorities will take corrective measures to curb the situations. End of the day we are all humans, we need to love and respect each other.”

On the other hand, former Indian opener, Virender Sehwag wrote: “What is happening in Delhi is unfortunate. My request to all of you is to keep calm and peace in Delhi. Any injury or harm to anyone is a blot on the capital of this great country. I wish peace and sanity to one and all.”

“Apne hi apno ko kyu mar rahe hai??? Requesting everyone to plz not hurt each other’s,” veteran India spinner Harbhajan Singh tweeted on Tuesday.

The death toll in the violence between pro and anti-CAA protestors in the areas of North-East Delhi has reached 20 according to GTB Hospital authorities. Describing the same Sunil Kumar Gautam Medical Superintendent, Guru Teg Bahadur (GTB) Hospital said, “Out of the people that were brought to the hospital 189 are injured and 20 are dead.”

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On Tuesday, the death toll was 13. Curfew was imposed last evening in violence-hit areas of the North-East district to bring the situation under control. Stone-throwing between rival teams, arson and vandalism on Tuesday marked unrelenting violence over citizenship regulation protests for greater than 24 hours in northeast Delhi. 

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Over 150 individuals have been injured within the clashes. The violence-hit areas proceed to stay tense on Wednesday morning, with police and paramilitary personnel on the bottom. On Tuesday evening, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval visited areas affected by the violence and met with high cops.