Delhi riot victims, alone in crisis

The Delhi government turns a blind eye to the 10000 riot victims.The makeshift shelters for victims are far from adequate


NH Web Desk

The Delhi government turns a blind eye to the 10000 riot victims.

The makeshift shelters for victims are far from adequate.

Relief efforts have barely started and have a long way to go.

Hundreds are displaced from their homes and need to feel safe to return.

Community ties need to be rebuilt from scratch.

Healthcare, shelter, security, compensation, education for children lack state support.

The victims struggle hard to rebuild documents so that they can register for relief.

Individuals and NGOs have come out to help the riot stricken families but that's not enough.

The government at the centre and at the state have turned indifferent towards these families.

Fake pictures of relief and compensation by Kejriwal government are being circulated.

The government is allegedly trying to create a communal difference post riots.

There's shortage of food, water, sanitation and medication for the people affected.

Government relief camps are not in a condition to help the homeless victims.

These riot victims are forced to take shelter in inadequately set up camps.

Many people are also forced to seek shelter with the relatives .

People are running community kitchens by raising funds to feed the victims

Kejriwal government announced compensation but people are still waiting for it.

"We have lost everything and we do not know how we will survive... there is no help in sight from the government,” said a victim.

There are no measures for the medical and psychological healing.

Thousands of displaced people have been left alone in dismay and despair

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