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What Supreme Court said on Delhi violence

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 26 February 2020
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The Supreme Court on Wednesday rebuked the Delhi Police for their lack of professionalism in controlling the violence in the Northeast district of the national capital. “The police need to take action like they do in England. Things are happening before them,” Justice KM Joseph said while hearing...

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