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Episode 759 February 27, 2020

Voices from the ground explain why Northeast Delhi burned for three days

For three days starting Sunday, the national capital witnessed nonstop violence with communal clashes in parts of zNortheast Delhi. On today’s episode we bring you ground reportage from conflict points where everything from arson and communal hate to harmony was witnessed. Apart from the voices of locals, Indian Express reporters Dipankar Ghose, Amil Bhatnagar and Astha Saxena detail the lawlessness and religious conflict, the impunity with which mobs operated, and what the scene at the local hospital was. Last, Prakash Singh, the chairman of Indian Police Foundation explains why the role of the police has to be questioned and a Northeast Delhi local offers a plea for peace.


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Voices from the ground explain why Northeast Delhi burned for three daysFor three days starting Sunday, the national capital witnessed nonstop violence with communal clashes in parts of zNortheast Delhi. On today's episode we bring you ground reportage from conflict points where everything from arson and communal hate to harmony was witnessed. Apart from the voices of locals, Indian Express reporters Dipankar Ghose, Amil Bhatnagar and Astha Saxena detail the lawlessness and religious conflict, the impunity with which mobs operated, and what the scene at the local hospital was. Last, Prakash Singh, the chairman of Indian Police Foundation explains why the role of the police has to be questioned and a Northeast Delhi local offers a plea for peace. You can follow us and leave us feedback on Facebook and Twitter @expresspodcasts, or send us an email at podcasts@indianexpress.com. If you like this show, please subscribe and leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts, so other people can find us. You can also find us on http://www.indianexpress.com/audio.