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In today’s featured cartoon, @Sanitarypanels invokes this week’s Delhi riots to suggest the coronavirus may not be the scariest threat facing society.
In this powerful cartoon, Sandeep Adhwaryu weighs in on the deadly maths behind the politics of polarisation.
R. Prasad takes a dig at National Security Adviser Ajit Doval’s visit to riot-hit Northeast Delhi Wednesday, three days after violence engulfed the area, allegedly unchecked by security agencies.
Kirtish Bhatt makes a point about the reasoning seemingly employed by rioters as they go on the rampage.
The riots in Delhi erupted just days after the conclusion of the assembly election, which was preceded by a heavily polarising campaign. Alok Nirantar sees this as a message to Bihar and West Bengal, which go to the polls in 2020 and 2021, respectively.
Sajith Kumar takes a dig at the central government for accusing international organisations of “politicising” the Delhi riots.