Tis Hazari dispute: 'Khaki' has endured everything to protect the law, patience should not be considered as weakness

New Delhi: The Delhi Police Retired Gazetted Officer Association has also reacted to the battle between black coat vs khaki uniform in the national capital Delhi. This was confirmed when the President of the Association, former IPS and Enforcement Directorate retired Director Karnal Singh sent a letter to the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi and the Commissioner of Police.

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In the letter, both the personalities present in the posts of responsibility have been requested that the Delhi Police should seriously consider going to the top court, whatever has happened in the High Court till now. On the other hand, on Thursday, the Secretary of the Association and retired Assistant Commissioner of Police of Delhi Police Jaipal Singh told the media that, "The attack is not on khaki and on law, but on the central government and the constitution. Delhi Police is under the central government." In such a situation, no one can escape his responsibility by keeping it limited to the beatings of the constable. "

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On the other hand, while talking on Thursday, the association's secretary and former Delhi Police ACP Jaipal Singh told the media that, "In defense of law and government, the policemen have done what they did in Tis Hazari Court and suffered with patience, It was a great compliment. Yes, but this patience should not be seen as a weakness of the police, rather it will be seen as patient. If the police too had broken patience on that day, then the situation could have worsened further.

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