High court erupted over Delhi violence, "Will not let another 1984 take place in the capital"

Feb 26 2020 03:15 PM
High court erupted over Delhi violence,

New Delhi: The hearing has started again in the High Court in the Delhi violence case. The High Court remarked that the other '1984' will not be allowed in Delhi. In 1984 there was a Sikh riot, in which hundreds of people were killed. Earlier, the Delhi High Court reprimanded the Delhi Police and a video of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders was seen.

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Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, counsel for the central government, has said that the DCP has been seriously injured, a head constable has also died. The police officer has suffered a head injury and is on the ventilator. On this, the Delhi High Court said that officers sitting in constitutional posts should visit the area as soon as possible. You should be assured that wherever you live you will be safe. The Delhi High Court has also asked the Delhi government to ensure compensation to the riot victims.

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Delhi High Court has said that we are still dealing with the compensation cases of the victims of 1984, this should not be done again. Instead of going to the bureaucracy, people should be helped. This is a very delicate work in this environment, but now the dialogue should be maintained with humility.

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