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That speech had a purpose, personal or other sensitive information”, the company has on its rolls 40, The Maoists also damaged two computers and took away 42 bicycles from the office. met the Meerut Zone IG on Thursday demanding immediate action in the matter.The delegation included MPs such as Satyapal Singh (Baghpat) Rajendra Agarwal (Meerut) Yashwant Singh (Nagina) and Raghav Lakhan Pal (Saharanpur) met Meerut Zone IG Ajay Anand with a memorandum Speaking to mediapersons later Hukum Singh said: “It is the victory of truth… and I was always right about Kairana exodus… People in Kairana are afraid of criminals but perpetrators are not afraid of the police… I have told the IG to do fair a investigation in Kairana case without considering any community or the ruling government” This comes a day after an investigation by NHRC into complaints that Hindu families had “migrated” from Kairana in Shamli has listed the “resettlement of 25000-30000” Muslims — who fled Muzaffarnagar after the 2013 violence — as one of the many reasons In June Hukum Singh had released a list of 346 people who he claimed had moved out of Kairana because of extortion by “one particular community” and lack of security But an investigation by the Shamli administration found only three persons named in the list had left Kairana after extortion threats However according to an NHRC press release on Wednesday the panel’s investigation division which spoke to witnesses and surveyed three colonies in Kairana came to a different conclusion Hukum Singh on Thursday addressed a huge gathering of businessmen and locals in Shamli’s Hanuman Teela Dharamshala where he spoke about how BJP had supported them and that it was the only party that could solve the law and order problems in Uttar Pradesh When contacted Satyapal Singh said: “They have claimed we were liars But the truth has come out People still live in fear in Kairana We will continue our protest until the situation improves in western UP” IG Ajay Anand said police were taking necessary actions on all complaints related to law and order “The delegation has raised some issues We will look into it” he added Meanwhile SP spokesperson Mohd Shahid questioned the timing of the NHRC report He claimed the report has been made public when Assembly elections are barely a few months away in UP “BJP wants to polarise voters… The NHRC report is aimed at helping BJP’s plan of polarising voters” Shahid said “There is also a doubt about the NHRC report First BJP MP Hukum Singh himself had said that there were some errors in his list of migrant families Secondly the media had spoken to locals who had said that they had not migrated These two points cannot be ignored and there is doubt whether NHRC has probed both these points” he added RLD chief Ajit Singh too raised questions over the NHRC report saying the findings are “meaningless” He said the NHRC team talked to a very limited number of affected families which raises questions regarding its credibility “The report by the Commission on exodus has no meaning It was said 346 families had migrated from Kairana of which NHRC talked to only six and prepared its report…they could have talked to other families” he told mediapersons Singh said migration is not a big issue adding “People all over the world migrate to areas promising better avenues” When contacted Congress in charge of UP Ghulam Nabi Azad who was in Lucknow on Thursday said people leaving their home in search of jobs should not be termed as “exodus” “Larger parts of outer Delhi has people from UP and Bihar Not only Delhi be it Abu Dhabi Dubai or Saudi Arabia people do leave their homes in search of employment… Even half of Mumbai has people from states like UP Bihar and Tamil Nadu but it is wrong to call the movement of people in search of jobs as ‘palayan’” he added “Everything should not be linked to religion… People have left their places in search of work since the time of Prophet Mohammed” said Azad For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: July 20 2016 2:25 pm Monika Khangembam (L) had alleged racism by immigration officers at Delhi’s IGI airport when they asked her if she was an Indian (Source: Facebook) Top News Days after Manipuri woman MonikaKhangembam alleged facing racism at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International airport an internal enquiry panel has found out that the official in question asked only ‘general questions’ Khangembam had alleged that the immigration officer had questioned her nationality multiple times while she was on her way to Seoul for a conference She also mentioned how the officer at the IGI airport ‘humiliated’ her by asking her to name the states in India? (Express Photo by Shuaib Masoodi) Related News Sixteen-year-old Hamid Nazir underwent an eye operation on Saturday and will have to face another surgery soon.Several pellets fired from a pellet gun by the police are still stuck in his eyes His family claims that Hamid an innocent passer-by was hit by pellets while the police were trying to disperse a protest in Palhallan in North Kashmir’s Pattan Hamid a student of Class X was on his way to his tuition centre on Thursday when he got caught in the middle of a demonstration by a group of protesters says his family That day the valley was observing a shutdown to mark the death anniversary of Mirwaiz Mohammed Farooq and Hurriyat leader Abdul Gani Lone “He (Hamid) had gone to check whether the tuition centre is open The police deployed near the centre fired pellets on the protesters and Hamid who was passing by received severe injuries” says his father Nazir Ahmad who works as a carpet weaver Share This Article Related Article Hamid’s family members allege that he was shot from a close range “The distance between Hamid and the policeman who fired the pellets was just a few feet It has caused huge damage” says his uncle Yusuf-ul-Umer “The vision of his right eye is most likely gone There are pellets stuck inside his eye He has undergone a primary operation on Saturday and another operation will be carried out later” says Dr Ajaz Ahmad Medical Superintendent of Sheri-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences in Bemina Police officials however have a different version of the event “The boy was part of the crowd which pelted stones at the security personnel on Thursday evening” says a police official But doctors treating Hamid point out that he was hit in the head by more than a 100 pellets “He has vitreous hemorrhage in his right eye As of now he cannot see with his right eye it is damaged He has blurry vision in his left eye” says Dr Waseem Rashid one of the doctors treating Hamid Pellet guns are non-lethal weapons used by security forces to break up protests and disperse protesters While the government maintains that it doesn’t cause much damage doctors claim that 70 per cent of people who are hit in the eye with pellets lose their eyesight For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News And the Polo Club at the Oberoi Grand could just be the place to enjoy this fast paced-frenetic tournament. said Bhujbal.

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