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407 Of 755 Cases In Delhi Riots Await Investigation: Data

The Delhi Police data has revealed that 407 out of 755 cases registered in connection with the February 2020 northeast Delhi riots are still awaiting investigation. Reportedly, of the 755 cases, 62 are being investigated by SITs, one by the Special Cell, and the remaining 692 are with the northeast district police. Moreover, in 348 cases for which charge sheets have been filed, the police have named 1,569 people - 802 Hindus and 767 Muslims… read-more

Tue, 23 Feb 2021 - 01:45 PM / by Ronit John

Tags: Delhi, Northeast deli riots, Delhi riots 2020, India, SIT

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Amnesty International Office, Bengaluru

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Home Ministry Claims Amnesty International Received Illegal Foreign Funding

Human Rights Organization, Amnesty International (AI) has discontinued its Indian operation alleging the government of targeting the organization over 'unfavourable reports'. AI reported that their accounts were frozen, due to which they had to reduce their workforce. "AI is not registered under Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act and received illegal foreign funding," said the Home Ministry. Reportedly, the NGO criticized the government… read-more

Tue, 29 Sep 2020 - 03:49 PM / by Nitesh Kumar Singh

Tags: Amnesty International, India, witch-hunting, Delhi riots 2020, Article 370, Jammu and Kashmir

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CAA Protests: Amnesty International Alleges Violation of Human Rights By Delhi Police

Global NGO, Amnesty International has accused Delhi Police of torture and violation of human rights during the communal riots that took place in the capital city over Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The NGO’s report is based on forensic analysis of riot videos and eyewitness accounts, claiming the police burned down homes and beat up protesters based on their community. Delhi police is yet to respond on the allegations.

Fri, 28 Aug 2020 - 01:54 PM / by Masumi Shah

Tags: Delhi riots 2020, Delhi Police, Amnesty International, human rights violation

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