Sunday, February 25, 2024

Topic: Kapil Mishra

2020 Delhi pogrom: Citizens’ chargesheet against hate-mongering

On February 26, 2020, the Delhi High Court asked the Delhi Police to take a “conscious decision” to register an FIR within 24 hours...

Cop in Kapil Mishra’s hate speech video seeks President’s Police Medal now

Ved Prakash Surya, a police officer who was photographed standing alongside BJP leader Kapil Mishra as the latter gave a hate speech against Muslims at a pro-CAA rally on February 23 last year, a day before anti-Muslim pogrom broke out in Northeast Delhi, has now sent a request for consideration for the President’s Police Medal for Gallantry.

Saving Kapil Mishra

The 24,584-page-long chargesheet, the Delhi Police Special Cell prepared into FIR 59 of the Northeast Delhi riot, terms the complaint against BJP leader Kapil Mishra as a "false narrative."

Bloomsbury withdraws book on Delhi pogrom launched by hate peddlers including Kapil Mishra

Bloomsbury Books India announced that it is withdrawing an upcoming book on the Delhi anti-Muslim violence that has courted controversy, especially after it was announced that BJP leader and hate peddler Kapil Mishra who had made an incendiary speech targeting anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protesters before the anti-Muslim violence broke out in North East Delhi, would be the guest of honour at the book launch.

Petitioners with ‘undisclosed agenda’: Delhi police while clean chit to Kapil Mishra, Anurag Thakur in Delhi violence

While submitting an affidavit before the Delhi High Court claiming that no evidence has surfaced so far to indicate any role played by BJP leaders Kapil Mishra, Anurag Thakur and Parvesh Verma in either instigating or participating in the northeast Delhi violence, Delhi Police has argued that the use of terms like 'political vendetta', 'state-sponsored pogrom', 'persecution' and 'malicious prosecution' etc. clearly appears to be part of some undisclosed agenda when facts clearly show otherwise and clearly reflect lack of bonafides.

Delhi violence: Court seeks police response on pleas for FIRs against Kapil Mishra

A district court in Delhi has sought a status report from the Delhi Police on two pleas for registration of FIRs (first information reports) against BJP leader Kapil Mishra and his associates for their role in the anti-Muslim riots in northeast Delhi.