Delhi police ‘unfairly’ treated: HM

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New Delhi, Feb. 25 (ANI): Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said that Delhi police is being treated ‘unfairly’ and it will be incorrect to say that the police is not doing their job.

“I feel Delhi Police being treated unfairly. It will be wrong to say that police is not doing their job. There has not been a single incident of communal violence or communal tension in Delhi in the past year. Delhi police makes all possible efforts to maintain law and order of the capital,” Singh said in the Rajya Sabha.

Condemning the unfortunate Patiala house court incident, Singh said, “Lawyers who led attacks in Patiala House court have been booked under relevant sections of IPC. The MLA was arrested in assault case in Patiala House Court attack and FIR was lodged against him.”

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“I had a word with Delhi police commissioner as soon as I got information of Patiala House court incident and asked them to take stern action,” said the Home Minister. (ANI)

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