Violence in Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal urges people to share information from those who need help

NEW DELHI: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal On Monday he called on people to provide details of those in need for a quick response from government agencies while ordering authorities to accelerate relief and rehabilitation work in northeastern New Delhi.

We are working 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to make sure that relief efforts reach everyone in need. If you know someone who needs it, use #DelhiRelief to contact us, Kejriwal tweeted. Please mention the exact address/contact details so that we can contact you. We will ensure a quick response from our agencies.

Kejriwal is also continuously monitoring work for 24 hours. People whose homes have been burned are being given immediate relief of Rs 25,000, according to a statement.

Community violence in Jaffrabad, Maujpur, Babarpur, Bhajanpura, Yamuna Vihar and Mustafabad last week claimed at least 42 lives and left more than 200 injured.

The officials of the departments involved are dedicated to assessing the loss of those who have lost their homes, stores and vehicles in violence, according to the statement.

The work is nearing completion and victims will soon receive the declared compensation, he said. The Delhi government has also established relief camps throughout the country. The government is providing monetary assistance along with other necessary items.

A detailed list of victims is being prepared to provide compensation announced by the prime minister. Victims are applying through the counter established in the magistrates office of the Northeast District, as well as through NGOs.