Chidambaram blames the police commissioner for the JNU violence
Chidambaram blames the police commissioner for the JNU violence

New Delhi: Recently, senior Congress leader and former Home Minister P Chidambaram in a press conference on Monday condemned the JNU violence and blamed the police commissioner for this. While attacking the Modi government, he said that the Delhi Police Commissioner should be held responsible in the case. At the same time, he said that accountability starts with the Commissioner of Police and it goes to the Home Minister.

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They said that we are going fast towards anarchy. He said, 'JNU violence is the biggest proof that we are rapidly moving towards anarchy. At the same time, it has been noted that under the supervision of the Central Government, Home Minister, LG and Commissioner of Police, this incident happened in India's leading university, which is located in the national capital. He said, 'We demand that the perpetrators of violence be identified and arrested within 24 hours. Along with this, immediate action should also be taken by fixing accountability on the officers.

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At the same time, he said that the accountability of Home Minister Amit Shah is also made. Further, he said, 'A horrific incident happened on Sunday night in JNU. Wherever this fully proves that we are moving fast towards anarchy. He further said, "If there was no intelligence in relation to this violent attack, then the intelligence of the government is a failure and if there was information and it happened then it is a failure of the government.

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