DCW chief slams Delhi police over its brutality against girl students

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Delhi Commission for Women has said that it had taken strong note of the brutality committed by the Delhi police officials against peaceful protesters in the capital on Monday.

The DCW chief Swati Maliwal said that she would issue notice to Delhi police questioning why there was no women police deployed during the protests.

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Maliwal said, “Why was not there any female cop?Will issue notice to Delhi police over this brutality? Video clearly shows male cops are beating females; Urge female protesters to come record statement so we can take action.”

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The video of Delhi police physically assaulting unarmed students, who were staging peaceful protests against the death of Dalit scholar Rohith Vemula, has gone viral.

In two separate videos the Delhi police can been using extreme force against male and female protesters. (See below)

Social media has been replete with criticism for the city cops with many demanding the action against the police commissioner BS Bassi.

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