- Former IPS officer again wrote a letter
- Julio Ribeiro again questioned the role of BJP leaders
- Delhi Police has filed a charge sheet
Delhi Police on Wednesday filed a 17,500-page-long chargesheet on the Delhi Riots in Delhi in February, in which the names of 15 people from one side are only. After this, well-known former police officer Julio Ribeiro has once again written a letter to the Delhi Police Commissioner. In his second letter, he has once again questioned the 'license given to the three BJP leaders' who were accused of giving inflammatory speeches before the violence.
On Ribeiro's first letter, Delhi Police Chief SN Srivastava assured him that the riots were being investigated on the basis of facts and in a just manner. 53 people were killed in this communal violence, while 200 people were injured. Also, property worth crores was lost.
Julio Ribeiro wrote in his letter, 'Some doubts have been raised in my first open letter, on which you have not spoken. I understand that it is difficult to justify the license given to these three BJP leaders who use hate speech against people who are protesting peacefully. If the Muslims who gave hate speech or were leftist, the police would have charged them with treason. '
Former IPS officer Julio Ribeiro, who was awarded the Padma Bhushan and the President's Police Medal, had named Kapil Mishra, Anurag Thakur and Parvesh Verma in his first letter and asked why he had not been called for questioning. Let me tell you that Kapil Mishra was seen standing with the policemen before the riots and was threatening to 'take to the streets' if the people protesting against CAA did not withdraw. At the same time, Union Minister Anurag Thakur was seen shouting slogans like 'Shoot'. Parveshan Verma was also seen giving provocative speeches during this period.
Julio Ribeiro has urged SN Srivastava to file a charge sheet in all 753 cases registered against the Delhi Police riots.
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