New Delhi:The Delhi police Tuesday bowed to the Christian community in the national capital after more than 15,000 people choked one of the most congested traffic junctions in India for more than two hours.
The crowd dispersed after the Delhi Police’s Special Commissioner for Law and Order Deepak Mishra agreed to a probe by a special team from crime branch into the burning of St. Sebastian’s Church in Dilshad Garden, East Delhi, on Monday morning.
The commissioner has also agreed to launch departmental enquiry into the alleged inaction of the local police.
The Delhi administration has also agreed to renovate the church with the help of the Central Public Works Department starting Thursday.
Crowds began to collect in front of the Delhi Police Headquarters from morning hours, blocking all the roads to the Income Tax Office junction where the police headquarters is situated.
Archbishop Anil Couto of Delhi, who led the rally…
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