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A year after the riots, investigations are still underway and court proceedings are continuing at a sluggish pace.
Congress leader Digvijay Singh, in a series of tweets, described the RSS chief as “Hitler.”
The BSP chief also announced that her party would not enter into any political alliance for Assembly elections.
History has shown that the two parties don’t easily click together.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh said he would not comment as it was a “report of a political party” and he had not seen it.
The committee in its report has alleged that a local BJP MP provoked the rioters which led to attempts to torch shops.
Javadekar accepted it was a “serious matter” and said complaints of use of “double meaning” language have come before the government.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh was supposed to reply to the debate but could not as he was indisposed.
Earlier, Yadav had said that he does not mind joining hands with BSP in UP to fight BJP in the next Assembly elections due in early 2017.
Earlier, Akhilesh had bestowed minister of state status to Abid Khan who is an employee with Dargah Aala Hazrat.
In the recent Lok Sabha polls, SP lost most of the Yadav dominated seats, including Mulayam’s Etawah district.
Has only nephews, daughter-in-law for company in Lok Sabha, rarely takes part in discussions.
Not named in main FIR, the two booked after complaint by those who suffered loss.
After parting ways with the SP four years back, he shared dais with Mulayam.