Meerut SSP told protestors 'Go to Pakistan'

A senior police officer from the sensitive town of Meerut, where five died on December 20 during protests against the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act, has been caught on video shot in Meerut's Lisari Gate on 20 December 2019 asking protesters to leave India and "go to Pakistan". "Jo kaali patti aur neeli patti baandh rahe ho unko keh do Pakistan chale jaayein [These black and blue badges you people are wearing, tell them to go to Pakistan]," says SP Akhilesh Narayan Singh. "Desh main agar nahin rehne ka mann hai to chale jao bhaiya...aaoge yahan, gaoge kahin aur ka Yeh gali mujhe yaad ho gayi hai. Aur jab mujhe yaad ho jaata hai toh mein naani tak pahunch jaata hun [If you don't want to live here, go to Pakistan...you come here but sing praises of some other place. I am now familiar with this lane. And once I remember, I can even reach your grandmother]," the SP threatens the men in the video.

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Source of information News Report Place of incident Market
Number of victims 0 Identity of victim Muslims
Location of incident Market Was cross FIR filed 0
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Investigating agency Victim's lawyer
Role of police Police is allegedly part of the Perpetrator(s) :Meerut Superintendent of Police (City) Akhilesh Narayan Singh told muslims protestors 'Go to Pakistan' Current status FIR not filed
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Date of incident: December 20, 2019
Nature of Violence
  • Hate Speech / Slander
  • Threat
  • Verbal Abuse
  • Causal factors
  • Religious identity
  • Name of the victim : Muslim Protestors
    Name of Perpetrator Akhilesh Narayan Singh
    State Uttar Pradesh
    District/City Meerut
    Party In Power / Incidents BJP - Bharatiya Janata Party
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