After a long fight and street protest, Delhi CM Mr. Arvind Kejriwal ended their dharna on Tuesday. On the Kejriwal’s protest demand, two cops were sent on leave. After this decision, Kejriwal’s unrivalled protest stopped today with a neat compromise with the central ministry over his demand for suspension of all 5 Delhi Police cops in the charge of alleged dereliction of duty.
On Monday, Delhi Ruling Party Leader Mr. Arvind Kejriwal had slept full night on road and joined their cabinet meeting with their colleagues in his car. After a final conversation with central Home Ministry, declared that he ended their protest.
After the Kejriwals announcement for ending their protest, all the four metro stations were reopened for public convenience. The decision to end dharna came after the police department assured action against the two police officers and sent them on leave as of now.
Due to 30 hours long protest in front of Rail Bhavan in the high-security Raisina Hill range that practically changed into an interest for control over Delhi police and debilitated to upset the Republic Day festivals on Sunday finished emulating a guarantee from the Lt Governor Najeeb Jung.
Under the political negotiation, the SHO of Malviya Nagar, who declined to attack an affirmed drug and prostitution ring on the orders of Law Minister Somnath Bharti, and PCR van responsible for Paharganj, where a Danish lady was gang-raped a week ago, were sent on leave, paving the way for an end to the confrontation with the Centre.
After a strange ending of protest, various political leaders and social workers gave their opinion on Kejriwals unexpected behavior. Ex. IPS Officer and Kejriwal’s old friend Kiran Bedi tweet on twitter that “A climb down for CM of Delhi! From seeking suspensions of 4 to only 1 going on leave! Erring Ministers stay on regardless. It’s Unjust and Shameful.”
On the other side BJP party leader Vijay Goel also tweet on Twitter that “Delhi CM & his colleagues have no regard for polity, sacred institutions like army and are insisting on disrupting Republic Day celebrations.”