Naresh Gujral, the son of Shiromani Akali Dal MP and former Prime Minister Indrakumar Gujral, has questioned the function of the police over the Delhi violence. He has written a letter to Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and Commissioner of Police Amulya Patnaik, saying that the function of the police in the entire case gave the impression to be passive. She was nearly the identical as we noticed in the course of the violence towards Sikhs in 1984. He has additionally accused the police of not taking motion on his criticism.
BJP's ally MP Gujral stated that nobody would need violence like 1984 to occur once more wherever within the nation. He stated that the "inaction" of Delhi Police in direction of defending the lives and properties of minorities is harking back to the occasions in the course of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, it’s stunning. <! –
Police didn’t take motion even on Sasand's criticism
In the criticism written by Gujral, he stated that on Wednesday evening, he sought assist from the police to assist 16 Muslims trapped inside a home close to Ghonda Chowk in Maujpur, Delhi however no motion was taken on his request. At that point, the group was making an attempt to enter. He stated, "I instantly referred to as the quantity 100 to file a criticism and gave the police officer the telephone variety of the gentleman from whom I had acquired the decision. I launched the operator to be my MP and defined the generosity of the event At round 11:43 pm, Delhi Police confirmed to me that my criticism has been acquired, whose reference quantity is 946603.
Role of police suspect
Gujral wrote, "However, I was disappointed that no action was taken on my complaint and there was no help from the Delhi Police to rescue those stranded people." MP Gujral stated that 16 Muslims survived solely as a result of some Hindus got here to avoid wasting them. "When this situation happens to an MP, it is not surprising how suspicious the role of the police must have been amidst the burning Delhi," he stated.
Let us let you know that not less than 34 individuals had been killed and greater than 200 injured in communal clashes in North East Delhi over the revised Citizenship Act (CAA). Frenzied mob set hearth to properties, retailers, automobiles, a petroleum pump. Stoned stones at native individuals and police personnel. Zafarabad, Maujpur, Babarpur, Yamuna Vihar, Bhajanpura, Chand Bagh and Shiv Vihar areas had been notably affected because of the violence.