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Delhi Violence: Tahir is Muslim, hence being targeted- Amanatullah Khan

Delhi Violence: ताहिर के बचाव में उतरे AAP विधायक अमानतुल्ला खान ताहिर को मिल रहा मुस्लिम होने की सजा- अमानतुल्लाह खान ताहिर के घर से पत्थर, पेट्रोल बम और गुलेल बरामद किए गए थे अमानुतल्लाह खान ने कहा ताहिर हुसैन को मुस्लिम होने की सजा मिल रही है। नई दिल्ली। नागरिकता संशोधन कानून ( CAA…

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  • Delhi Violence: AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan comes to the rescue of Tahir
  • Tahir getting punished for being Muslim- Amanatullah Khan
  • Stones, petrol bombs and slingshot were recovered from Tahir's house

Delhi Violence: ताहिर मुसलमान हैं इसलिए टारगेट किया जा रहा- अमानतुल्ला खान

Amanutallah Khan said Tahir Hussain is getting punishment for being a Muslim.

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) There was fierce violence in the national capital of the country. Violence in North East Delhi so far 53 People have died, while around two hundred people are said to be injured. The main accused of this violence, AAP councilor Tahir Hussain, is under police arrest. At the same time, politics is also being fiercely on this entire matter. In this episode, AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan from Okhla Assembly constituency has given a big statement about Tahir Hussain. He said that Tahir Hussain is a Muslim, so he is being targeted.

On the arrest of Tahir Hussain, AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan said on Saturday that he had only received the punishment that he was a Muslim. He said that it is a situation in this country today that it has become a crime to be a Muslim here. The AAP leader further said that by looking at the present environment, it seems that in the coming time, it should not be proved that the riot of Delhi has been carried out by Tahir Hussain. Significantly, Amanatullah himself is accused for the violence in Jamia. Now he has come to the rescue of Tahir Hussain.

Significantly, a large number of stone fragments, petrol bombs, catapults and acid packets were recovered from Tahir Hussain's house in Chandabad area of ​​East-Delhi. Not only this, a video of Tahir Hussain's house also went viral on social media. In the video, a large number of people are throwing stones, petrol bombs from the roof at people standing below and at nearby houses. Investigation of this video is in progress. At the same time, Tahir Hussain was on the run since this incident. A lawsuit has been filed against Tahir Hussain under section 302. However, he tried to get anticipatory bail. However, he was arrested by the police from outside Karkardooma Court in Delhi.

Apart from this, Tahir Hussain is also accused of killing IB officer Ankit Sharma. A Delhi court has sent Tahir Hussain on police remand for seven days in the murder case. At present, the entire case is being investigated and Tahir Hussain is being questioned. It remains to be seen what the police reveal in this case.

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Delhi HC agrees to hear plea on rising domestic violence, child abuse amid coronavirus COVID-19 lockdown

NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court has agreed to hear a petition that has sought immediate and effective measures to be implemented against domestic violence and child abuse amidst COVID-19 lockdown. The petition brings the attention of the court to the incidents of domestic violence and child abuse not only in India but countries such…

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NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court has agreed to hear a petition that has sought immediate and effective measures to be implemented against domestic violence and child abuse amidst COVID-19 lockdown.

The petition brings the attention of the court to the incidents of domestic violence and child abuse not only in India but countries such as Australia, the UK, the USA etc.

Talking about the recent reports that suggest that countries are witnessing a surge in domestic violence cases since the COVID-19 outbreak and as a result of lockdowns, petitions also mentions that helpline numbers across India have received about 92,000 related calls in initial 11 days of lockdown.

A petition has been moved before the Delhi High Court by All India Council of Human Rights, Liberties & Social Justice (AICHLS) – an NGO represented by advocates Ms. Mithu Jain, Mr. Arjun Syal, and Ms. Vidisha Kumar. 

This petition seeks urgent intervention of the Hon’ble Court to protect women and children across the country who are suffering from domestic abuse and continue to suffer silently. Violence against women and children tends to increase during every type of emergency, including epidemics.

It is the petitioner’s plea that due to the lockdown, regular channels of family, friends, colleagues, pandemic and the subsequent lockdown to contain it, the health impacts of this violence particularly, intimate partner/domestic violence, on women/children are significant. 

Taking note of the severity of domestic violence across the globe since COVID-19 lockdowns, The United Nations Secretary-General – António Guterres has called upon nations to consider the safety of women in view of the worldwide surge in domestic violence in this pandemic on a war footing and as a priority in his recent Tweet.  

He stated, “I urge all governments to put women’s safety first as they respond to the pandemic.” 

The World Health Organisation (WHO), taking into account the increase in the domestic violence cases in European countries and in the USA, has issued guidelines to several health sectors/systems all over the world, interalia, indicating steps which can be taken for helping violence against women who are stuck in their homes due to the Lockdowns all over the country/cities at this time of the pandemic COVID-19.

This petition urges the Hon’ble Court to take cognizance of and devise methods to help and protect these trapped victims, who are locked down with their abusers. The request to list the Petition for an urgent hearing has been allowed by the Delhi High Court.

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50 COVID-19 deaths reported in Delhi; case tally rises to 2,376 | List of Hotspots

50 COVID-19 deaths reported in Delhi; case tally rises to 2,376 | List of Hotspots Coronavirus deaths in Delhi have piled up to 50 as the case count in the national capital rises to 2,376. Delhi is the third worst-hit state in India as far as coronavirus cases are concerned after Maharashtra and Gujarat. As…

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50 COVID-19 deaths reported in Delhi; case tally rises to 2,376 | List of Hotspots

50 COVID-19 deaths reported in Delhi; case tally rises to 2,376 | List of Hotspots

Coronavirus deaths in Delhi have piled up to 50 as the case count in the national capital rises to 2,376. Delhi is the third worst-hit state in India as far as coronavirus cases are concerned after Maharashtra and Gujarat. As many as 808 people have recovered from the illness in Delhi. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will address the public at 12:00 am today to give an update about the situation as well as report on the positive effects of plasma therapy. 

Meanwhile, the coronavirus hotspots in the national capital have increased to 92 as clusters of COVID-19 cases get reported from several areas of Delhi. 

Full List of Coronavirus Hotspots / Containment Zones in Delhi

1. Entire affected street near Gandhi Park, Malviya Nagar

2. Entire affected street of Gali No 5, 6 & 7, L 1 Sangam Vihar, New Delhi

3. The affected area around House number A-176, Deoli Extension, New Delhi

4. Shop No J-4/49, Khirki Extension, Khirki Village, New Delhi

5. Jain Moholla, Pandit Mohalla from Epic Centre 715, Chirag Delhi

6. Boundary starting from B-4/200 and covering the whole locality till backside of Humayun lane includes, Ashiana complex and B-4/206 Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi

7. House number 50, Hauz Rani, New Delhi from Mother Dairy to back corner of Raja Ram Mohan School, Hauz Rani, New Delhi

8. Entire effected area around house number 859/20, L-II, Sangam Vihar, New Delhi

9. House number 153/B, 4th floor, Savitri Nagar, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi

10. Gali number 2, 3 & 4, Devli Extension, Delhi

11. F-313, Near Shiva Mandir Lado Sarai and F-274, 2nd Floor of Lado Sarai, New Delhi

12. F-258, Campa Cola Gali Lado Sarai, New Delhi

13. Entire affected area of Samshi Talab, Mehrauli (Lake of View Apartment’s A-3 included)

14. Shahjahanabad society, plot no 1, Sector 11, Dwarka

15. Dinpur Village

16. Gali number 5 & 5A, H-2 Block, Bengali Colony, Mahavir Enclave

17. C-2, Block, Janakpuri, Kothi Number- 119

18. Plot No.-1294, Sonu Yadav Ka Makkan, Theke Wali Gali, Opposite DC Office Kapashera, Delhi

19. RZF-756/7, Gali number 1 Band, Raj Nagar II Dwarka, New Delhi

20. Markaz Masjid and Nizamuddin Basti

21. Nizamuddin West (G and D block) areas

22. Area of Street/Gali number 18 to 22 of Zakir Nagar and nearby area of Abu Bakar Masjid of Zakir Nagar 10 (Core) rest of Zakir Nagar as Buffer Zone

23. House number 811 to 829 and 842 to 835 – Khadda Colony, Jaitpur, Extension, Part-II

24. House number 1144 to 1134 and 618 to 623 – Khadda Colony, Jaitpur, Extension, Part-II

25. Gali number 16, Kachhi Colony, Madanpur Khadar, Extension, Delhi

26. Mehela Mohalla, Madanpur Khadar, Delhi

27. H-Block, Near Umra Masjid, Abu Fazal Enclave

28. E-Block, Abu Fazal Enclave, Delhi

29. House number 97 to 107 and house number 120-127 Kailash Hills, East of Kailash

30. E-Block (E-284 to E-294) East of Kailash, Delhi

31. House number 53 to 55 & 25, Shera Mohalla, Garhi, East of Kailash

32. Gali number 1, 2 &3, block D, Sangam Vihar, house number 112B, Gali Number 2, New Delhi

33. Entire gali starting from house number G-54 to F-107 & entire Gali starting from house number CN-854 to house number 137, Chhurriya Mohalla, Tughlakabad Village, Delhi

34. Gali number 6, A Block, Abu Fazal Enclave, Shaheen Bagh, Delhi

35. Gali number 26 & 26B, house number 2056 to 2092 & Gali number 27 and 27B, house number 2063 to 2083, Tughlakabad Extension, Delhi

36. (Whole Gali house number 48 to Chaupal), A block, Khizrabad, New Friends Colony, Delhi

37. Gali number 24 to 28, Tughlakabad Extension, Delhi (Core Area) (Added in Gali Number 26 & 26B, house number 2056 to 2092 & Gali number 27 and 27B, house number 2063 to 2083, Tughlakabad Extension, Delhi)

38. House number F-138 & F-139, Gali number 1 (Shiv Mandir Wali Gali), Harsh Vihar, Hari Nagar Extension, Delhi

39. B Block Jhangirpuri

40. Gali number 1 to 10 (1 to 1000) C Block Jhangirpuri

41. 1100 Wali Gali (House number 1181-1200), 1200 Wali Gali (House number 1238-1268), 1300 Wali Gali (House number 1306-1331), H-3 Block, Jhangirpuri, Delhi

42. G, H and I Block, Police Colony, Model Town, Delhi

43. House number 716 to 785, house number 786 to 860, house number 861 to 950 K-Block, Jahangirpuri, Delhi

44. G-Block, Jahangirpuri, Delhi

45. Flat number- 265 to 500 Sanjay Enclave, Jahangirpuri, Delhi

46. House number 141 to house number 180, Gali number 14, Kalyanpuri

47. Mansara Apartments, Vasundhara Enclave

48. 3 Galis of Khichripur including Gali containing house number 5/387 Khichripur, Delhi

49. Gali number 9, Pandav Nagar, Delhi 110092

50. Vardhaman Apartments, Mayur Vihar, Phase I, Extension

51. Mayurdhwaj Apartments, IP Extension, Patparganj

52. Gali number 4, from house number J- 3/115 (Nagar Dairy) to house number J- 3/108 (towards Anar wali Masjid Chowk), Kishan Kunj Extension

53. Gali Number 4, from house number J- 3/101 to house number J – 3/107 Krishan Kunj Extension

54. Gali number 5, A Block (From house number A- 176 to A-189), West Vinod Nagar Delhi 110092

55. House number 34/156 to house number 34/189 (Resettlement Colony), Block-34, Trilok Puri, Delhi 110091

56. House number 300, Gali number 3 Krishna Puri, Main Road Mandawali, Delhi to house number 739/16, Gali number 3 Krishna Puri, Main Road Mandawali, Delhi

57. E-Pocket, GTB Enclave

58. J & K, L and H pockets Dilshad Garden; G, H, J, Blocks old Seemapuri

59. F- 70 to 90 block Dilshad Colony

60. Pratapkhand, Jhilmil Colony

61. Gali number 3, 4 and 5 East Ram Nagar, Shahdara

62. House number 15 to 101 Dayanand Vihar, Delhi-92

63. Shastri Market, including JJ Cluster of South Moti Bagh

64. Bengali Market/ Babar Road adjoining area of Todarmal Road, Babar Lane and School Lane, New Delhi

65. Israel Camp, Rangpuri Pahari, New Delhi and its adjoining Buffer Zone

66. Budh Nagar, Inderpuri, New Delhi and its adjoining Buffer Zone

67. EA Block, Inderpuri

68. Sadar Bazaar, Central District

69. Chandni Mahal, Central District

70. Nabi Karim, Central District

71. Balaji Apartment, Sant Nagar, Burari, Delhi – 110084

72. Bara Hindu Rao Area, Delhi

73. NawabGanj Area, Delhi

74. Oberoi Apartments

75. In and around area of G-174, Capital Greens, DLF, Motinagar, New Delhi 110015

76. In and around area of B- 1/2, Paschim Vihar

77. In and around area of 11/3, 2nd Floor Ashok Nagar

78. In and around area of H. No. A-30, Mansarovar Garden

79. In and around area of A-1B/75A, Krishna Apartment, Pashchim Vihar, Delhi – 110063

80. In and around area of A-280, JJ Colony, Madipur

81. In and around area of 36/4, East Patel Nagar, Delhi 110008

82. In and around area of C-105, Hari Nagar, New Delhi

83. In and around area of B-333, Hari Nagar, New Delhi

84. In and around area of C-785, Third Floor, Camp No 2, Nangloi, Delhi

85. In and around area of RZ-168, K2 Block, Nihal Vihar, Delhi

86. In and around area of G-1, 2nd floor, Mansarovar Garden, Delhi

87. Tilak Vihar area in Tilak Nagar, Delhi

88. Entire AF Block, Shalimar Bagh, Delhi

89. House number 62, Gali number 4, B-Block, Shastri Park, Delhi

90. E-51, Main Road, Shastri Park, Delhi & E-21, Gali number 8, Shastri Park, Delhi

91. T-606, Gali No. 18, Gautampuri, Delhi

92. A-97, 98 and 99, Near Buland Masjid, Shastri Park, Delhi

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Ramzan 2020: Check here Sehri and Iftar dates and times for Delhi

New Delhi: Ramzan is the holiest month in Islam when Muslims observe fast from sunrise to sunset. It is expected to begin from Friday (April 25), depending on the sighting of the moon. In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, Muslim religious heads have issued advisories to maintain social distancing measures as during this period Muslims…

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New Delhi: Ramzan is the holiest month in Islam when Muslims observe fast from sunrise to sunset. It is expected to begin from Friday (April 25), depending on the sighting of the moon. In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, Muslim religious heads have issued advisories to maintain social distancing measures as during this period Muslims meet friends and family and in mosques to break the fast and pray together.

Muslims observe fast known as ‘Roza’, while ‘Sehri’ is a pre-fast meal eaten before sunrise. The fast is broken at sunset with a post-fast meal called ‘iftar’. The purpose of fasting is to have a sense of discipline and control.

Here are Sehri and Iftar dates and times for Ramzan 2020:

1. April 25, 2020 — 04.21 am and 6.55 pm


2. April 26, 2020 — 04.20 am and 6.56 pm


3. April 27, 2020 — 04.19 am and 6:57 pm


4. April 28, 2020 — 04.18 am and 6.58 pm


5. April 29, 2020 — 04.17 am and 6.59 pm


6. April 30, 2020 — 04.16 am and 7.00 pm


7. May 1, 2020 — 04.15 am and 7.01 pm


8. May 2, 2020 — 04.14 am and 7.02  pm


9. May 3, 2020 — 04.13 am and 7.03  pm


10. May 4, 2020 — 04.12 am and 7.04  pm


11. May 5, 2020 — 04.11 am and 7.05 pm


12. May 6, 2020 — 04.10 am and 7.06 pm


13. May 7, 2020 — 04.09 am and 7.07 pm


14. May 8, 2020 — 04.08 am and 7.08 pm


15. May 9, 2020 — 04.07 am and 7.09 pm


16. May 10, 2020 — 04.06 am and 7.10 pm


17. May 11, 2020 — 04.05 am and 7.11 pm


18. May 12, 2020 — 04.04 am and 7.12 pm


19. May 13, 2020 — 04.03 am and 7.13 pm


20. May 14, 2020 — 04.02 am and 7.14 pm


21. May 15, 2020 — 04.01 am and 7.15 pm


22. May 16, 2020 — 04:00 am and 7.16 pm


23. May 17, 2020 — 03.59 am and 7.17 pm


24. May 18, 2020 — 03.58 am and 7.18 pm


25. May 19, 2020 — 03.58 am and 7.19 pm


26. May 20, 2020 — 03.57 am and 7.20 pm


27. May 21, 2020 — 03.56 am and 7.21 pm


28. May 22, 2020 — 03.55 am and 7.22 pm


29. May 23, 2020 — 03.56 am and 7.23 pm

Notably, the holy month is about connecting to God through worship, reflection, compassion, and giving back to others. During this period, Muslims give back to their communities, both in the way of financial donations to their local mosques and help their brethren.

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