Five MPs submit memorandum to President related to police investigation in Delhi riots – Five MPs submitted memorandum to President for police investigation in Delhi riots


The MPs allege that the police is conducting a unilateral investigation in the case.

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Five MPs, including D Raja, Sitaram Yechury, Ahmed Patel, Kanimozhi and Manoj Jha, have asked President Ramnath Kovind about the investigation being carried out by the Delhi Police in the Delhi Riots. ) Is assigned a memorandum.

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These five MPs have raised questions about the investigation of Delhi Police. In the memorandum, it has been said that Delhi Police is telling rioters against protesters against the Citizenship Act (CAA). The Delhi Police has named many intellectuals ranging from Communist Party veteran Sitaram Yechury to those who went to give speeches at the protest.

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The memo states that the investigation of Delhi Police is one sided, many videos have come out in which the role of Delhi Police in the riots is also visible. In a video, several Delhi Police personnel are asking the injured youth Faizan to sing the national anthem, later that young man dies.

The names of BJP leaders Kapil Mishra, Pravesh Verma, Anurag Thakur, who gave provocative speeches in the charge sheet of Delhi Police are not there. Delhi Police has blindfolded the role of BJP leaders in the riots. FIR 59, which is on the conspiracy of the riots, has arrested the youth who have been protesting against the citizenship law under the law of UAPA.

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It has been said by the MPs that the investigation of the Delhi Police is completely biased, there should be an independent and impartial inquiry into the Delhi riots so that the trust of the people should remain on the institutions that watch law and order. The five MPs have demanded that the Delhi riots be investigated by an existing or retired judge under the Commission of Inquiry Act, 1952.

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