Nobody should be allowed to take law in his hands: Govt

Expressing concern over the public assault on the Nithari serial killings accused, the Centre on Saturday said nobody should be allowed to take the law into his hands.

New Delhi, Jan 27: Expressing concern over the
public assault on the Nithari serial killings accused, the
Centre on Saturday said nobody should be allowed to take the law
into his hands.

"I can understand the feelings of the people. But no one
should take the law into his hands.... Law should be allowed
to take its own course," Union Minister of State for Home
Sriprakash Jaiswal told reporters on the sidelines of a
function here.

He, however, refrained from making any comment on Uttar
Pradesh police which has been accused of failing to give
protection to Moninder Singh Pandher and Surendra Koli who
were attacked by a group of people, many of them lawyers,
outside a court in Ghaziabad on Thursday.

Pandher and Koli are accused of murdering over 20
children after sexually assaulting them.

Bureau Report

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