The Delhi Congress protests anti-encroachment drives near the BJP's headquarters.

Delhi Congress leaders and workers staged a protest outside the BJP headquarters on the DDU Marg in Delhi . Demonstrators alleged that in the form of anti-encroachment drives, the municipalities were destroying and burning houses and shops of the poor .

On Sunday, Delhi Congress leaders and workers staged a protest outside the BJP headquarters on the DDU Marg in Delhi against the city's saffron-ruled municipal authorities.Protesters marched toward the BJP headquarters and were stopped by police at barricades as the BJP threw slogans against the Narendra Modi government.BJP-ruled municipal corporations in Delhi are carrying out these sweeps to demolish houses and shops of poor people, and Congress workers will continue to protest until it is over, according to Parvez Alam, vice president of communications for the Delhi Congress.Ex Congress MP Ramesh Kumar and former councillor Anil Mittar, as well as many other party workers, took part in the demonstration.

Protesters alleged that in the form of anti-encroachment drives, the municipalities were destroying and burning houses and shops of the poor.MCDs, according to the BJP, are not removing barriers, but rather demolishing homes and businesses of the poor.It is unfair.Where was the situation at the time of this so-called encroachment?

The demonstration took place in different parts of the capital, including Shaheen Bagh, Madanpur Khadar, New Friends Colony, Bawana, Rohini, Mangolpuri, Gokulpuri, Lodhi Colony, Goyala Dairy, and Janakpuri among others.Earlier this week, local authorities took part in a similar drive in Shaheen Bagh, which led to demonstrations.The Delhi BJP president has written to the party-controlled civic bodies in the region to request that the city be cleared of encroachments that have been allegedly established by Rohingyas and Bangladeshis living illegally.