Senior Congress leaders on Monday met Union Home Minister Amit Shah at Parliament House in New Delhi to discuss the process of tracing the youths ‘missing’ since January 26.

The youths are reported to be missing since the violence that broke out in the National Capital on Republic Day.

Top Congress leaders including MP Manish Tewari, and Punjab ministers Sukhjinder Randhawa and Sukhbinder Singh Sarkaria met Home Minister Amit Shah.

The Congress leaders expressed concern over the “missing youths” who were detained by the Delhi Police after the incident.

The Congress leaders demanded the early release of the “missing youths”.

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Meanwhile, the Congress has also formed a team of 40 advocates to fight the cases of people arrested by the Delhi Police.

Meanwhile, Home Minister Amit Shah assured the Congress leaders that the Centre would leave no stone unturned to find the whereabouts of such persons.

Delhi Police has registered over 35 cases and arrested more than 80 people in connection with the violence in the National Capital on January 26.

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