New Delhi: As the state elections are around the\ncorner, Delhi Police\u2019s bias is becoming palpable.\n\n\n\nThe Delhi Police directly take\norders from the Home Ministry which is headed by Amit Shah. It is clear that\nthe police have been preventing peaceful protestors from exercising their right\nbut letting lose those who shout provocative slogans, vandalise, indulge in\nhooliganism and even shoot at the students. It seems that peaceful protests and\nrallies are more serious crimes for the Delhi Police than beating unarmed\npeople with batons and iron rods. They sometimes even resort to firing at the\nunarmed and peaceful protesters.\n\n\n\nThe contrast in tackling pro-CAA-NRC-NPR\nand anti-CAA-NRC-NPR demonstrations shows police bias.\n\n\n\n Armed Vs Unarmed \n\n\n\nThe nation is observing the anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi\u2019s\nassassination by Hindu supremacist Nathuram Godse on January 30. A juvenile enters\nJamia area with pistol in his hand. He keeps waving the firearm in the air\nwhile the heavily deployed police force stands by and watches his performance\nas mute spectators. The youth shoots at barricaded students saying, \u2018Ye Lo\nAzaadi.\u2019 Undisturbed he later walks towards Delhi police. Media persons are\nalso seen shooting the scene as if it is the climax of an action movie.\nAccording to a report, he chants \u201cDelhi Police Zindabad\u201d as he is bundled into\na police car. The police do not file any FIR against the culprit for several\nhours. \n\n\n\nTwo girls and a young man who were\npeacefully protesting against CAA at the campus run for safety inside a house\nafter police crackdown against the protestors on December 15. A police\ncontingent in riot gear, armed with batons and guns, begin chasing the unarmed\ndemonstrators. They drag the young man and start beating him mercilessly with\nsticks. Female Jamia students try to block the physical attacks of officers\nwith lathis. \n\n\n\n Masked goons Vs Peaceful protestors \n\n\n\nMasked goons go on the rampage on January 5 in the campus of\nDelhi's prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University, leaving several people\ninjured. They attack students and faculty members on campus, pelt stones\ncausing forehead injury to JNUSU president Aishe Gosh who begins bleeding\nprofusely. The Delhi Police remains inactive letting the goons going on rampage\nand facilitating the assailants a safe passage. There has been no arrest in the\nJNU incident so far.\n\n\n\nDelhi Police forcibly enter Jamia\nMillia Islamia University campus December 15, assaults several students after a\nmob of unidentified people set a few public buses on fire nearby. Police lob\ntear gas inside the university reading room, inflict brutal and grievous\nphysical injuries on the students who were peacefully studying inside the\nreading room of the library and were not even part of the anti-CAA agitations\noutside. A severe and inhuman beating leads to the fracture of hands, legs and\none student loses his eyesight because of a direct hit on the left eye by\n(police) lathi.\n\n\n\nProvocative Vs Protest sloganeering \n\n\n\nBhim Army chief Chandrashekhar\nAzad arrives at Jama masjid. Before he could start leading a march towards\nJantar Mantar in protest against CAA, he is arrested by the Delhi police on\nDecember 21.\n\n\n\nBJP leader and union minister\nAnurag Thakur at an election rally in Delhi on January 27, shouts \u201cdesh ke\ngaddaron ko to which the crowd responds \u2018goli maro s**lon ko\u2019. He repeats the\nslogan many times. No action is taken against him.\n\n\n\nWith such a biased approach of Delhi police towards law and order situation, all eyes are now on the Election Commission to ensure fair and violence-free polls in the national capital.