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Kapil Mishra on his controversial speech on Delhi Riots, 'I've no regrets'

Mishra said that a year has been completed of Delhi violence, so I want to say this thing. Whatever was done on 23 February last year, I will do it again if needed.

Yogita S.

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Published on 23 Feb 2021 4:03 AM GMT

Kapil Mishra on his controversial speech on Delhi Riots, Ive no regrets
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New Delhi: It has been a year since the Delhi violence of CAA-NRC. BJP leader Kapil Mishra, accused of making inflammatory speeches in the case, has again given a statement regarding the matter. On Monday, while attending an event organized at the Constitutional Club in Delhi, Kapil Mishra said that if needed, he will do the same again, which was done on 23 February last year.

Mishra said that a year has been completed of Delhi violence, so I want to say this thing. Whatever was done on 23 February last year, I will do it again if needed.

I will do it again: Kapil Mishra

Let me tell you that Kapil Mishra led a rally in support of CAA in Northeast Delhi last year and warned the police to remove the anti-CAA protesters from this area. It is alleged that during this time he gave inflammatory speech, after which the violence increased further. The next day there were riots in the district, in which 53 people lost their lives.

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What did he say during Delhi violence?

Kapil Mishra said that the jihadi forces had carried out the Delhi violence. It has now been a year for this incident. The exact same pattern is still being seen. He said what happened on Republic Day? The so-called fringe elements are trying to disturb peace within and outside the country.

In the program organized on the occasion of the release of a book, Kapil Mishra said that the book has a lot on the rioters of the riots. Therefore you will not find much in the book about me. The book has been written by senior Supreme Court advocate Monica Arora, Miranda House assistant professor Sonali Chitalkar and Prerna Malhotra.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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