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Panel meets top cop over slum fire

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Published : Apr 22, 2018, 6:00 am IST
Updated : Apr 22, 2018, 6:00 am IST

Mr Sunil Yadav apprised the police commissioner that the aforesaid Manish Chandela has no present or past association with the BJYM or BJP.

Amulya Patnaik
 Amulya Patnaik

New Delhi: Taking a cognisance a day after Prashanth Bhushan’s complaint about Manish Chandela being the man behind the Rohingya refugee camp set on fire, on Saturday a delegation of the BJP's youth wing, the Delhi Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), led by its president Sunil Yadav, met the police commissioner and filed a complaint regarding a vicious campaign being run by some political groups and individuals to project that the party is behind the recent burning of homes of Rohingya Muslims settled in South Delhi on the basis of a social media post of a person.

The group  filed a complaint regarding a vicious campaign being run by some political groups and individuals including Prashant Bhusan to project that the BJYM is behind the recent burning of homes of Rohingya Muslims settled in South Delhi on the basis of a social media post of a person named Manish Chandela. Mr Sunil Yadav apprised the police commissioner that the aforesaid Manish Chandela has no present or past association with the BJYM or BJP.
Mr Yadav urged the police commissioner to trace the real culprits behind the recent burning of Rohingyas homes and also take action against those trying to defame BJYM.

 

The delegation included Advocates Neeraj Kumar, Sanket Gupta, BJYM office bearers Ram Khiladi Yadav, Anmol Rana, Abhimanyu Tyagi,  Kunal Sahani, Ajay Khanna, Ms. Swati Khanna, Ms Neha dua amongst others.

Tags: manish chandela, neeraj kumar, south delhi