Indian Muslim League asks Home Minister Shah to resign for not preventing the Delhi riots

Kerala – The state working commitee of Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) has sought the resignation Indian Home Minister Amit Shah for the indifference of the Delhi police in preventing the riots for the last few days that have claimed over 35 lives and over 200 are injured.

The committee’s meeting was chaired by party State president Panakkad Syed Hyderali Shihab Thangal on Wednesday, where it was decided to send a delegation of Members of Parliament and Members of Legislative Assembly to examime the situation of riot-hit areas of north-east Delhi on Thursday.

The committee demanded that the police should file a case against BJP leader Kapil Mishra for his provocative speeches that aggravated the sitation of Delhi.

The delegation, including national general secretary P.K. Kunhalikutty, organising secretary E.T. Mohammed Basheer, treasurer P.V. Abdul Wahab, all MPs; State general secretary K.P.A.Majeed; Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Assembly M.K. Muneer; and Lok Sabha Parliamentary Chief Whip Navas Kani; will meet the Union Home Minister, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and other Opposition leaders and hold discussions with them.

The meeting strongly condemned the Delhi police for letting the Hindutva rioters loose againt the people carrying out peaceful protests.

“The police remained mute spectators when rioters went on rampage attacking people and property. It was a shame for Indians that the violence took place in Delhi when U.S. President Donald Trump was on a visit to India,” Mr. Kunhalikutty said.