Published On:28 February 2012
Posted by Indian Muslim Observer

Hundreds march in Jamia Nagar against illegal arresting

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New Delhi: Hundreds of peoples demonstrated on February 26, 2012 in Jamia Nagar against illegal arresting, kidnapping and harassing of local residents by the police.

Association for Protection of Civil Rights (APCR) Delhi secretary, Syed Akhlaq while addressing to the protest-march said, “Police is for people’s safety not for terrorizing them and it is their prime duty to respect civil rights while arresting or nabbing any person and Supreme Court should take action if its given guidelines are not being followed by any law enforcement agency.” He added, “People should aware and come out to protect their civil rights.”

Adv. Feroz Gazi vice president of APCR, Delhi chapter said, “No one is allowed to take law into his hand either police or common people and every person has right to protect himself from illegal detention.”

Engineer Saleem, Jamaat-e-Islami Hind Public Relation secretary said, “APCR has taken right step on right time to aware people about their civil rights.”

About 200 persons including advocates, social activists and students marched through Okhla Police Station, Jamia Millia Islamia University, Zakir Nagar to Batla House.

This march was a part of APCR’s week-long civil rights awareness campaign.

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1 comments for "Hundreds march in Jamia Nagar against illegal arresting"

  1. It should be mentioned clearly in n the article that those people are muslim who are being tried to arrest illegally and its heading shoulb be "Illigal arresting of innocent Muslims"

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