Delhi Minorities Commission has submitted its report against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in the case of violence in Delhi. In this report of the Delhi Minorities Commission, the role of the leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been said to be inciting violence in Delhi.

Minority Commission report claims, BJP leaders' role in inciting Delhi violence

Violence erupted against the CAA in the month of February this year in the country’s capital, Delhi. The report presented through the Delhi Minorities Commission on this violence in Delhi has claimed the role of BJP leaders in inciting violence. The report said that people were incited to violence.

The Delhi Minorities Commission report said that the Delhi violence was done under planning and it was targeted. The report said that the violence started after the inflammatory speech of BJP leader Kapil Mishra on 23 February. During this time the properties of the Muslim community were looted.

It has been said through the report that Ibadatgah, religious places were targeted. Apart from this, the Delhi Minorities Commission has also questioned the role of the police. The report says that the charge sheet filed through the police is not enough, there should be honest work.

Affidavit in high court

At the same time, the Delhi Police has filed an affidavit in the High Court regarding the violence in Delhi recently. In this affidavit, Delhi Police has said that no case is yet made against BJP leader Kapil Mishra, Union Minister Anurag Thakur, MPs Pravesh Verma and Abhay Verma.

In the affidavit of Delhi Police filed in the High Court, it has been said that no evidence has been found so far about their role in Delhi violence. Police says that no fresh FIR is required to be filed. If any further evidence is found then investigation will be done.

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