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Hate Speech, Harmony And Comity Needed Between Communit

New Delhi/The Supreme Court on Friday asked the state's Director General of Police (DGP) to constitute a committee to probe the cases registered in the wake of the recent communal riots in Haryana. The court said that there should be harmony and amity between the communities. The apex court was hearing a plea on alleged hate speeches calling for the killing of members of a particular community and their social and economic boycott at rallies in various states, including Haryana.
A bench of Justices Sanjiv Khanna and SVN Bhatti asked Additional Solicitor General KM Nataraj, appearing for the Centre, to take instructions and inform about the proposed committee by August 18. “There should be some harmony and amity between communities and all communities are responsible,” he said. I do not know whether it has been exaggerated or not, but the problem of hate speech is not right and one cannot accept it.

"We may ask the DGP to constitute a committee of three or four officers to be nominated by him, which will receive and peruse all the material from the Station House Officers and decide whether the material is authentic and the concerned police Will issue appropriate instructions to the officer. The bench said that there is a need to sensitize the police at the SHO and police level.

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