PIL filed in Supreme Court Seeking Fair and Impartial Probe in Communal Clashes on Hanuman Jayanti

Paridhi Arya

Published on April 18, 2022 at 13:45 IST

Vineet Jindal an Advocate and Activist has filed an Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in Supreme Court.

The Public Interest Litigation was seeking the National Investigation Agency should investigate the Cases of clashes during the occasion of Ram Navami and Hanuman Jayanti.

The Supreme Court being the Apex Body has asked to intervene and pass the Order for impartial Investigation.

Advocate Jindal in the Public Interest Litigation requested the Court to investigate the involvement of International Organisations which target to instigate Hindus while they were peacefully taking out the processions.

“Events indicate the involvement of terror funding with possible links of ISIS ant other anti-national and international organizations to target Hindus across the Country with the intent of trying to dis-balance the social structure of India” stated in the Plea.

“Devotees were targeted with gunshots and stone thrown on them. It is a threat to the Sovereignty of the Country and to instigate the Hindu Community to retaliate,” further stated.

On a Hanuman Jayanti, there is a clash in Jahangirpuri in Delhi it was asked the Court to take Suo Moto action on it.

Advocate Amritpal Singh Khalsa in a letter to CJI N V Ramana urged to constitute a committee for Investigation. He Alleged that investigation of Delhi Police is biased.

He stated in the letter “The role of Delhi Police in 2020 riots have belittled them and have weakened the faith of people in them.”

Communal clashes broke out in five states of India they are Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Rajasthan and West Bengal on Ram Navami.

In the incident of Jahangirpuri which took place on Hanuman Jayanti injured eight policemen and a civilian. Police has arrested 21 people in the Case.

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