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MP Supriya Sule Makes Demand of Amit Shah’s Resignation over Delhi Riots

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Supriya Sule, daughter of NCP leader Sharad Pawar has demanded the resignation of Union Home Minister Amit Shah over the Delhi violence.

Supriya Sule holds the seat of MP from Baramati, Maharashtra. She has also requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to carries out a “transparent” investigation in case of alleged lapse in the security.

Supriya Sule Makes Demand of Amit Shah's Resignation over Delhi Riots

Today (Wednesday), Baramati MP Supriya Suleh made a demand regarding the resignation of Union Home Minister for failing to prevent Delhi riots. Also, she said that Amit Shah should own the moral responsibility for the “Big security lapse” regarding the bloodshed in Delhi. Till now, 20 people have lost their lives in these riots.

“The Centre should be held responsible for what has happened in Delhi. Union Home Minister Amit Shah must resign owning moral responsibility,” Sule told reporters outside the Vidhan Bhavan (Legislature Complex) here.

She also said, “It is a huge security lapse during US President Donald Trump’s visit. The home minister should take its responsibility”.

Baramati MP added, “There should be a neutral probe into it…It is my humble request that the PM conducts a transparent inquiry into the security lapse”.

The riots started with the fight between Anti-CAA and Pro-CAA groups on Sunday. Since then, 20 people have lost their life in this communal aggression triggered in the Northeast region of Nation Capital.

Former Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan told to media that this violence is the replication of Godhra riots. By saying this, he was pointing to the 2002 post-Godhra communal violence in Gujarat. In this violence, more than 1,000 people met to death. Most of the killed people were from the minority community.

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