Macron admits ‘there are police who are violent’

‘When you are not white, you are more likely to get checked by the police,” French president tells online video platform Paris: French President Emmanuel Macron admitted Friday that violent police officers exist, according to local media. “There are police who are violent” and “they need to be punished,” Macron said during an interview with online video platform Brut, according to Radio France Internationale, or RFI. Macron said the Nov. 23 evacuation of asylum seekers from the Place de la Republique in the center of the capital was correct and they…

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ED acting as RSS tool, says Popular Front, Jamaat Islami condemns raids on Front

Jamaat Islami condemns raids on Front leadership houses and offices By Special  Correspondent New Delhi: Popular Front of India, National Executive Council on  Sunday deplored the recent searches and raids in different parts of the country, in its  offices and leaders residences  by  Enforcement Directorate (ED). It said the raids showed that ED is acting as a ‘tool of RSS and not as an impartial official agency”.  It stated that the people of India know that the witch-hunt against Popular Front is only because of its uncompromising stand against the…

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PUCL (Delhi ) condemns police for arresting activists demanding justice to Babri masjid demolition accused

PUCL, (Delhi ) condemns police for arresting activists demanding justice to Babri masjid demolition accused  Calls Babri demolition darkest chapter in Indian history  By Special Correspondent  New Delhi:  Describing 6th December as  one of the ‘blackest’ day in the post independence  history  of India,  rights group People’s  Union For Civil Liberties (PUCL),Delhi, on Sunday condemned the   Delhi Police for arresting activists who were demanding punishment to  culprits   of Babri Masjid demolition.  The PUCL said on this day the anti-social and unruly mobs supported by the Sangh Pariwar had demolished 500 years…

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Babri Masjid: Derailment of civic politics in India

Dr. Md Afroz & Md Tabrez Alam 6 December 1992 was the day when Babri Masjid was demolished and it was the day when Muslims realised the horrific trailer of Hindu-Rashtra. This was the day of minority’s illusion of equality and egalitarian fade away and the credibility of state badly damaged in failing to provide safety & security of minorities. It is believed Lord Ram was born there and emperor Babur built mosque over it. Though, no substantive historical evidence support this claim. Yet it is considered question of majority…

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Babri Masjid demolition anniversary observes as ‘Black Day’

Babri Masjid demolition anniversary observes as ‘Black Day’. Delhi Police stop protest rally and detain several activists By Abdul Bari Masoud New Delhi:  As people observed ‘black day’ on the 29th  anniversary of the Babri Masjid demolition in different of parts  the country, the    Delhi Police on Sunday detained 27  leaders and activists of different organizations who gathered here  to take out a protest march to press the demand of bringing culprits of this crime to justice. Protesting meetings were held in  Azamgarh, Aurangabad  and other places  to mark the anniversary.…

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