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Role of Delhi Minister Imran Hussain should be probed
Police refuted claims of Imran Hussain 

New Delhi, July 4, 2019: MP and former BJP Delhi President Vijay Goel demanded the probe into the role of Delhi Minister Imran Hussain in Chandni Chowk temple desecration.
 
Goel said that the information received from several videos and local people reveal how a parking incident was escalated to communal tension by Delhi Minister Imran Hussain.
 
Vijay Goel, MP Parvesh Verma, MP Hansraj Hans and Standing Committee Chairman Jai Prakash would meet Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik over the communal flare-up in the old city and would file a complaint against Imran Hussain for provoking the mob that led to the stone-pelting at the century-old Durga Mata Mandir.
 
Goel, who has twice been the Lok Sabha MP from Chandni Chowk, said that the only person responsible for turning a parking fight into communal tension is Minister Imran Hussain of the Kejriwal government. Goel said that the police had refuted the claim of Imran Hussain that he was called by the DCP and SHO to come to the police station. Both the officers have clearly denied that neither of them had asked him to come.
 
Goel asked the police to probe whether the incident was a conspiracy to flare communal passion for narrow political interests because it is in public domain that Imran had gathered the mob at the Hauz Qazi police station and only then the stone-pelting at Durga Mata temple began. The situation would have not come to such a pass had this not happened in the first place.
 
Goel questioned the need for making a false claim. What was Hussain’s objective behind arriving at the spot? When the anti-national slogans were raised up in the JNU in the presence of President Kanhaiya, the action was taken against the people involved. Similarly, if Delhi Minister is found provoking the mob openly then action must be taken against him as well.
 
Goel said that the Aam Aadmi Party had been vitiating the communal atmosphere in Delhi; six examples in this regard are mentioned below.
 
Goel said that since Imran Hussain has not filed the complaint against him and MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa, the police must probe all the aspects and facts thoroughly.
 
Incidents
October 2015: Aam Aadmi Party MLA Aseem Ahmed Khan was sacked from the party, after he was found seeking bribe of Rs 6 lakh from a builder, but today he is the president of Delhi State Haj Committee. 
March 2016: Arvind Kejriwal himself supported the Tukde-Tukde Gang which raised anti-India slogans in the JNU. The Kejriwal government refused to give permission to Delhi police to file a chargesheet against the gang involved in the sedition case. 
July 2016: The criminal arrested in the Malerkotla Quran sacrilege incident accused Aam Aadmi Party MLA Naresh Yadav of paying him Rs 1 crore to hatch the conspiracy in order to create tension between two communities. 
February 2018: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had remained silent for a long time in the Ankit Saxena murder case. After a long period of one and a half years, kins of Saxena received the compensation only at the time when the Kejriwal government decided to send assistance to the family of Tabrez Ansari in Jharkhand. This was done to secure the vote bank. 
January 2019: In the run-up to Lok Sabha polls in Delhi, the Kejriwal government hiked the salaries of Imams of Delhi Waqf board from Rs 10,000/month to Rs 18,000/month in order to seek support from a specific section of society. 

May 2019: CM Kejriwal even chose to remain silent in the Dhruv Tyagi murder case; only when the adverse media reports came out in public, the Tyagi family received compensation.

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