New Delhi, Feb 24 (IANS) The Jamaat-e-Islami Hind has expressed concern over the deteriorating law and order situation in Delhi after violence in parts of the city on Monday.
The JIH has alleged that the Delhi police did not taken action against the rioters.
"We have credible reports of clashes between pro and anti-CAA protesters in the Maujpur area in which the Delhi Police was just a mute spectator. The protesters were pelting stones and provoking others," said Salim Engineer, Vice President of the Jamaat.
"Delhi Police brutally did a lathi-charge on the anti-CAA protesters who were taking out a peaceful march in Hauz Rani last night," said the statement
The JIH said that many women and girls have been seriously injured in the lathi-charge and were admitted in hospitals.
It also condemned the ultimatum given by BJP leader Kapil Mishra to the police, in which Mishra said: "Remove the anti-CAA protesters from Chand Bagh and Jaffrabad within three days".
The JIH alleged that the ultimatum is an open provocation to violence.