Maintaining Communal Harmony in Districts: Actions Needed

In the last 48 hours, the North East part of Delhi has experienced serious communal riots with 17 precious lives lost and hundreds of people injured. The police has struggled to maintain law and order and even now despite the curfew the situation remains tense.

With this post, we seek your inputs on what should be done to maintain communal harmony and effective law and order in Delhi and in general all our districts across India. What is it that should be done proactively to avoid such situations and how can such situations, if they do arise, be handled better?

We look forward to your inputs!

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I believe, there are some areas where police personnel cannot enter. Government should take help of army and should make these areas free of terror. I can say that CAA should be implemented in these areas with top priority then this issue may get resolved. Few of these areas are red alert where human trafficking is a major business.

Few example Mumbai, Hyderabad, Nanded (Maharashtra). Rohingyas settled down these areas and are threat to the community. more  
Sincerely maintaining the rule of law - the law and order will ensure the maintenance of peace any where. Adequate force must be applied whenever any hooligan tries to interfere with peace and spreads arson.
Delhi has better quality and number of security forces, why did they fail in enforcing the rule of law should be investigated to see that such lapses on the part of security forces are not repeated. more  
All it is emerged from Saheen Bagh Politicians. They are the creator of violence in the capital city Delhi and speared to other parts of country. Some groups are well settled in Delhi through outsider funding to hamper our nation. Maximum peoples are here for their jobs only and their life is in almost in very busy schedule. In result it is loss to common man only. The following steps should be followed immediately :
1. Intelligence and police patrolling is very poor in Delhi.
2. SDM & DM in the locals are totally dead.
3. Land encroachment in Delhi is main reason for violence.
4. Anti-National activity increased in Delhi.
5. Peoples have no fear of law & order.
6. Delhi govt. salary schemes to Maulana not favourable.
7. Continuously radicalization of one religion is one of reason for it.
8. Communities are divided according to their religion etc. more  
I suggest the following:
(i) Effective police intelligence system.
(ii) Deployment of properly trained secret police without any uniform in sensitive areas.
(iii) Stop radicalization of religion, religious education of all high school students (all religions, currently Hinduism not allowed?)
(iv) Anti national provoking speeches even in madrasa make as criminal offence.
(v) A monitoring set up of all judicial cases and judges by a body headed by the President.
(vi) Equal importance in responsibility of citizens when their rights are protected.
(vii) Punishment should be heavy as a deterrent , and jails should be managed by Central Agency (not by state home ministries to avoid undue influence of political parties in power in the states).
(viii) Do we require this much freedom to do anything? Why can't Singapore model? more  
अभी भी हम वजह को समाप्त करने की बात नहीं कर रहें है - दिल्ली की घटना शाहीन बाग की देन है और शाहीन बाग में अब भी गैरकानूनी क़ब्ज़ा जारी है और न्यायपालिका के पास न तो समय है न ही वह वर्ग विशेष के कारण उस क़ब्ज़े की समाप्ति के लिए सीधा आदेश जारी कर पा रही है - वर्ग विशेष ने यह बता दिया की उनके सामने क़ानून और पुलिस बौने है ? गोधरा पर सबकी चुप्पी के कारण ही गुजरात दंगे हुए और शाहीन बाग पर सब की चुप्पी पर दिल्ली दंगे हुए और अभी भी शाहीन बाग पर सब चुप ??? more  
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