Doubts claim to flee 20 thousand people so far from North Indian, Gujarat
The attack on north Indians in Gujarat Violence in the last few days has surprised everyone. People of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar are on target in these attacks. The people of these two states forced to leave Gujarat due to fear.Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani claimed that no incident has happened in the last 48 hours. But this claim of CM’s failure was noticed when it came to the news that about 47 north Indians had been taken hostage in Ahmedabad. Police have registered 35 FIRs and about 450 people have been arrested for the attacks on migrants living in Gujarat.
Meanwhile, North Indian Development Council President Mahesh Singh Kushwaha has claimed that in the last one week, about 20,000 North Indians have migrated from Gujarat. Pappu Yadav, MP from Bihar Khagaria, took out the march on the escape and condemned these attacks.
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It is noteworthy that after the incident of rape of the 14-month-old girl in Sabarkantha district of Gujarat, attacks on non-Gujaratis started. After which many people from UP-Bihar have started migrating from many areas.
In view of these attacks, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar spoke to Gujarat CM and took stock of security. Both have a statement that Gujarat CM has given them the confidence of taking stringent action on such incidents.
Meanwhile, on Monday evening, a video released on social media, where some people are targeting North Indians. In the meanwhile, action is still on the people who attacked the administration.
State Home Minister Pradeep Jadeja said on Monday that more than 450 people arrested so far. During this time, police patrolling increased in sensitive areas and complaints resolved immediately.
Due to these attacks North Indians living in Gujarat still have a sense of horror. On Monday, trains coming from Gujarat to North India filled. When some north Indians returning to Vadodara, the people assaulted by the people asking their name and address.