Two Years of Delhi Pogrom, Survival Awaits Justice

A group presented the findings of the report in a press conference in Delhi on Monday, which consisted of former Indian ambassador Deb Mukharji, former Union home secretary Gopal Pillai, historian Mridula Mukherjee, senior journalist and researcher Pamela Philipose, and writer and former member of Planning Commission of India Syeda Hameed.

Two Years After the Pogrom Delhi Police Could not Find Evidence Against Accused BJP Leader

Nearly two years after Nisar Ahmed, a Delhi riots victim, filed a complaint regarding vandalism and ransacking of his house and shop in north-east Delhi’s Bhagirathi Vihar, Delhi Police has said that it has found “no sufficient evidence” against BJP leader Kanhaiya Lal, one of the accused in the case. Mr. Ahmed had also alleged that burqa-clad women were being killed and thrown into the Bhagirathi drain.