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Delhi riots: HC gives Centre 4 weeks to respond to plea seeking FIRs against 3 BJP leaders for hate speech

DNA Thursday, 27 February 2020
Delhi Police told the court that in a conscious decision, they have decided not to file an FIR for hate speech against anyone at this stage as it won't help in restoring peace and normalcy.
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