The Gujarat Human Rights Commission has issued a notice to the Chief of the Sub-Chief, Director General of Police and Ahmedabad Police Commissioner seeking response on the attacks on North Indians. The commission has asked them to submit the report within 20 days.
The Human Rights Commission has issued notices to the Chief Secretary and the DGP of the province for the disappearance of North Indians from Gujarat. In North Gujarat, North Indians are being attacked and they are intimidated. The Human Rights Commission has issued this notice after the incidents of assault and assault with North Indians.
Apart from Gujarat Chief Secretary JN Singh and Director General of Police Shivanand Jha, the Ahmedabad Police Commissioner has also been sent a notice. In the case, the commission has asked them to submit their report within 20 days.
President of Gujarat Human Rights Commission, AbhiLasha Kumari said that the North Indians are being attacked in the province and they are being intimidated. In the matter, the Chief Secretary, Director General of Police and Ahmedabad Police Commissioner issued a notice and asked what concrete steps were taken to stop these violence.
He said that further steps will be taken after the report of the case comes up. Our aim is to protect human rights. He said that due to fear of North Indians migrating from Gujarat fear and terror are being reported. Politics has grown faster over this incident. The allegations and reactions between the political parties are also in progress. In the meantime, the Human Rights Commission has issued the notice after taking cognizance of the matter.
At the same time, Mahesh Singh Kushwaha, President of North Indian Development Council claimed that in the last one week about 20,000 North Indians migrated from Gujarat.
After the incident of rape of a 14-month-old girl in Gujarat's Sabarkantha district, attacks on non-Gujaratis have started, after which people of UP-Bihar started migrating from many areas. On the other hand, in the cases, police has arrested 342 people from various parts of Gujarat so far.