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Couple of briefings after Batla House encounter, MHA said no more pressers: Karnal Singh

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After Delhi Police held a few press conferences following the Batla House encounter, it was instructed by MHA not to brief the media further on the progress of probe, says Karnal Singh, who spearheaded the investigation into the 2008 Delhi serial blasts. "Some sections in the political circle were upset about details tumbling out against terrorists belonging to the minority community," the IPS officer writes in a book.
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News video: Watch: Kangana Ranaut meets Governor amid tussle with Maharashtra govt

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