NEW DELHI: The Indian Police Service Association has strongly condemned an article in The New York Times questioning the conduct of police during the Delhi riots, calling it a combination of biased reporting, dangerous innuendo and outright lies.
"The article is clearly a concerted effort to denigrate and defame Indian Institutions," the IPS association said in a tweet adding, "Indian Police forces are professional bodies which do their duty without fear or favour."
1/3 We strongly condemn the article in @nytimes on the conduct of Police in Delhi riots, which is a combination of… https://t.co/BzNOBGjVf2
— IPS Association (@IPS_Association) 1584026971000
2/3 Indian Police forces are professional bodies which do their duty without fear or favour. Our personnel are ne… https://t.co/IaJofXje6A
— IPS Association (@IPS_Association) 1584027083000
"Our personnel are neither Hindus nor Muslims. They are Indians, serve Indians and during critical times they have also sacrificed their lives for Indians," the IPS association has said in its tweet.
"It is easy to cast aspersions on police but here is a reminder that 2 security personnel have lost theRead More – Source