By Muslim Mirror
An committee comprising ex-judge and bureaucrats have given a call inviting people to send the details related to the anti-Muslim riots that took place in Delhi in February. The panel was formed to conduct an independent inquiry of the riots.
Based on the information sent by such persons, the committee may invite them for further interactions while keeping their identity confidential, said the public notice issued by the experts’ panel. The last date for submission of information regarding the events around the riots is November 30.
The Citizens Committee on the Delhi Riots has been set up by the Constitutional Conduct Group (CCG). The GCC is a collective of former civil servants who worked with the Central government as well as different state governments. The Delhi riots probe panel comprises former Supreme Court judge Justice Madan Lokur, former Chief Justice of the Madras and Delhi high courts and former chairman, Law Commission Justice A.P. Shah, former judge of the Delhi high court Justice R.S. Sodhi, former judge of the Patna high court Justice Anjana Prakash, former Union home secretary G.K. Pillai, and former director-general of the Bureau of Police Research and Development Meeran Chadha Borwankar.
In a public notice, the members have asked all those “who have information and material pertaining to Delhi riots to send such information and material, in as much detail as possible, to the Committee. Based on a perusal of this information, the Committee may invite persons for further interactions, keeping their identity confidential.” Submissions are to be made here.
Besides the option of confidentially submitting information and material online, the material can be sent by post to the following address: Constitutional Conduct Group (CCG), Common Cause House, 2nd Floor, Nelson Mandela Marg, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi – 110070.