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What Happened on 26 February 2020


26 February 2020 Current Events Protestors Gathered Around Arvind Kejriwal's House and Appealed for Peace March

On Tuesday night, protestors gathered around the residence of Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal asking him to intervene in the ongoing tension on the streets of Delhi, shouting "Kejriwal come out, talk to us". Further, protestors appealed to the Chief Minister to visit the affected areas himself along with his MLAs and organise a peace march to de-escalate the tension. Delhi Police Personnel appealed to the protestors to disband. But when they refused, Police used water cannon. Those who refused to leave even after that, were detained.




Protestors Gathered Around Arvind Kejriwal's House and Appealed for Peace March

On Tuesday night, protestors gathered around the residence of Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal asking him to intervene in the ongoing tension on the streets of Delhi, shouting "Kejriwal come out, talk to us". Further, protestors appealed to the Chief Minister to visit the affected areas himself along with his MLAs and organise a peace march to de-escalate the tension. Delhi Police Personnel appealed to the protestors to disband. But when they refused, Police used water cannon. Those who refused to leave even after that, were detained.






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