Offensive response from Delhi Police in court
Refusal to take action against accused Sushmita Singh
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New Delhi – Journalist Sushmita Singh made a video of a Hindu religious scripture asking people to clean toilets during the festival. Rajkumar Gupta, a member of the Hindu IT cell, lodged a complaint against Sushmita Singh at Govindpuri police station in Delhi ; but the Police did not file any complaint against Sushmita Singh. The police officer said, “There is nothing wrong in using a religious scripture as toilet paper.”
"No Criminal Offense" says SHO in court in case against journalist who had asked people to use Teej Vrat book as toilet paperhttps://t.co/BN7csHGkNC
— Hindu IT Cell (@HinduITCell) September 16, 2020
The incident was reported in Saket District Court, Dehli. In this, the police said, no complaint has been filed against the female journalist for insulting the Hindu deities. ‘We did not find anything inappropriate in this video’.
On the other hand, the Uttar Pradesh police arrested a woman named Heer Khan for making such a video and insulting Hindu deities. (If BJP can take such action in Uttar Pradesh, then why not in Delhi ? Are laws different in Delhi? – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat)