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BJP chief writes to east, south Delhi mayors for anti-encroachment drives
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NEW DELHI: A day after BJP-led North Delhi Municipal Corporation razed several “illegal” structures in violence-hit Jahangirpuri, the party’s Delhi unit chief Adesh Gupta wrote to the mayors of south and east Delhi to conduct similar drives in their areas to end the “encroachment of government land by Bangladeshis, Rohingyas and anti-social elements”.

He addressed two press conferences on the issue, during which he lashed out at AAP, terming it a “riot party”, and charging that its MLAs and councillors were “helping” Rohingyas and Bangladeshis living “illegally” in Delhi to get ration cards and voter cards.

On Wednesday, the north corporation launched an anti-encroachment drive in Jahangirpuri following Gupta’s letter that came after violence erupted in the area .

The drive, however, was halted after one-and-a-half hour following a Supreme Court order to maintain status quo.

“Have written letters to mayors and commissioners of south and east Delhi municipal corporations asking them to take strict action using bulldozers against encroachment of government land by Bangladeshi, Rohingyas and anti-social elements in their areas,” Gupta tweeted on Thursday, sharing the letters. The letters, however, did not mention “Rohingyas and Bangladeshis”.

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