Prime Minister Narendra Modi has finally broken his silence over the Delhi riots which left around 21 dead. He spoke about the violence after more than 48 hours as he was busy with the US President Donald Trump's visit to India.
He took to Twitter to Tweet about the same after he reviewed the situation of law and order at the National capital and said that the security agencies were doing a good job.
"Had an extensive review on the situation prevailing in various parts of Delhi. Police and other agencies are working on the ground to ensure peace and normalcy," read his Tweet.
"Peace and harmony are central to our ethos. I appeal to my sisters and brothers of Delhi to maintain peace and brotherhood at all times. It is important that there is calm and normalcy is restored at the earliest," his Tweet read.
Earlier Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also tweeted over the violence erupted in the national capital.
"I have been in touch wid large no of people whole nite. Situation alarming. Police, despite all its efforts, unable to control situation and instil confidence
Army shud be called in and curfew imposed in rest of affected areas immediately
Am writing to Hon'ble HM to this effect," his Tweet read.