A report distributed by The New York Times on Thursday said that ongoing proof proposes that New Delhi police "purposefully moved against Muslims" and "effectively helped Hindu hordes" that focused Muslims and their homes during the lethal uproars that grasped the Indian capital a month ago.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nAt any rate 50 individuals were executed in Delhi's most exceedingly awful communal viciousness in decades, more than 66% of them from India's Muslim minority, as per emergency clinic records. Mosques were scorched and vandalized alongside Hindu-possessed shops and in any event 15 Hindus were slaughtered.\r\n\r\nAs per the production, a few recordings have surfaced of Delhi police attacking Muslims dissenters, and asking Hindu crowds to join\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe report additionally cited a police authority as saying that as the brutality emitted \u2014 credited to for the most part Hindu hordes \u2014 authorities were advised to store their weapons at the police headquarters; NYT columnists later heard authorities shouting to each other that they required firearms, not sticks, to stand up to the developing crowds.\r\n\r\nIt additionally featured that greater part of those that were slaughtered in the vicious conflicts were Muslims.\r\n\r\nThe report additionally blames India's police power for being "politicized" by Modi's decision Hindu-patriot Bharatiya Janata Party, refering to the case of a school head who was imprisoned on subversion charges for arranging a play about the nation's new citizenship law.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n"There's a technique to this franticness," the report cited Umar Khalid, a Muslim lobbyist, as saying. "The administration needs to push the whole Muslim people group to the brink of collapse, to ask for their lives, and ask for their vocations."\r\n\r\n"You can peruse it in their books," he said. "They trust India's Muslims should live in interminable dread."\r\n\r\nShahid Siddiqui, a previous individual from Parliament, was additionally cited in the report as saying: "Indian police are incredibly pioneer and station ist."\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nPolice conduct, he stated, is constantly "increasingly rough and forceful toward the powerless".