Speaker Om Birla upset by the attack on Owaisi’s house, summoned Delhi Police Commissioner

YEARS

A purported video of the incident surfaced online in which one of the rioters said that the youth of the country should unite against any politician who does not say “Bharat Mata Ki Jai”. However, the Delhi Police reached the spot and removed the posters. By then, the people had left, an official said.

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Friday summoned the Delhi Police Commissioner over the incident of vandalism at AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi’s house. According to a police officer, four-five people reached Owaisi’s residence at 34 Ashok Road in central Delhi at around 9 pm on June 27 and pasted three posters on the entrance and wall of the house. According to reports, Om Birla met Owaisi in Parliament and assured him of action. He has also summoned the Delhi CP as the incident took place in a high-security zone and in front of the police headquarters.

A purported video of the incident surfaced online in which a rioter said that the youth of the country should unite against any politician who does not say “Bharat Mata Ki Jai”. However, the Delhi Police reached the spot and removed the posters. By then, they had left, an official said. According to reports, the controversy erupted after Owaisi said ‘Jai Palestine’ while taking oath as a Lok Sabha member. He wrote on the X that some ‘unknown rioters’ smeared black ink on my house today. I have now lost count how many times my Delhi residence has been targeted. When I asked Delhi Police officials how this was happening under their nose, they expressed helplessness.

A purported video of the incident has surfaced on the internet in which one of the miscreants said that the youth of the country should unite against the leader who does not say ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’. However, Delhi Police reached the spot and removed the posters. An official said that the people who put up the posters had left by then. A police official said that they are trying to identify the people and legal action will be taken against them. Other MPs had objected to Owaisi saying “Jai Palestine” while taking oath as Lok Sabha member on Tuesday.

Other News

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top