Muslims feel they are not getting justice: Digvijay
Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh on Sunday said "a feeling" was developing among Muslims that justice was not being done to them, due to several reasons.
"We should take the responsibility for this and should not have any problem in accepting it," he said.
Singh said Hindus were in a majority in India and it was their responsibility to ensure that Muslims develop belief that this country was theirs too.
"Muslims must be made to feel that they would get justice in this country and no wrong would ever be done to them," he said.
The Congress leader said the common Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Christians wanted to live in total harmony.
"However, some elements in all religions tried to talk in a different vein and this led to problems."
He said India was a nation with "Ganga-Yamuni" (composite) culture and those who wanted to break this culture did not have the interest of India in their hearts.
For the uninitiated, Dhan Mill Compound, a former granary and a cluster of warehouses, has morphed into the city’s modish food, fashion, design and lifestyle destination. Its streets are lined with art cafes, home décor outlets, ateliers, art galleries, pottery studios, dance halls and high-end boutiques, whose facades and interiors are as interesting and experimental as the wares they deal in. Interestingly, all of these fancy establishments are housed in re-purposed warehouse buildings, which still have metal roofs.
According to a Delhi government official, a break-up of the total jobs, including the list of employers and the number of people they hired, will be shared “in a couple of days”. Notably, the government portal was launched by chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on July 27, 2020, to help entry-level and blue-collar job seekers connect with employers at a time when the Covid-19 induced lockdown left many people unemployed.
“Manufactures, and start-ups which are working on alternatives to single-use plastic have to pay more GST for raw material. Hence, the Delhi government will write to the Centre and request a reduction in GST rates,” Delhi environment minister Gopal Rai said.
Safdarjung, Delhi’s base weather station, recorded 0.1mm of rainfall between 8:30am and 5:30pm on Sunday. The Capital recorded 1.9mm of rainfall on Saturday and 117.2mm on Friday, making the monthly total 119.2mm so far. The normal monthly average for July is 210.6mm, said weather experts.
Monsoon elevates Adam Khan’s tomb into an emergency sanctuary for passersby (and dogs) speared by sudden showers. Perched atop a Mehrauli hillock, the monument overlooks the Qutub Minar, which appears totally bechara and defenceless in the heavy rain.