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In an interview with Zee Media DPC Neeraj Kumar says December 16 gang-rape aftermath was a conspiracy against him

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New Delhi: Zee Media today aired a Television Interview of Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar where he claimed that the December 16 gang-rape aftermath was a conspiracy of those who were against his appointment.

Calling the incident a "serious and fearful" one, he says it was difficult for the cops because the accused didn't have any past criminal records. Strongly defending the police action in handling the massive protests after the incident, the Police Commissioner, who will retire this month end, said he was personally targeted during his tenure.

He said that the Delhi Police took all possible steps, and it was for the first time that a campaign was aimed against the police force. He also said that though such incidents have taken place earlier as well, but the police commissioner's role was never questioned. He also felt that it was a campaign to malign him, though he did not have any evidence to prove this. He further said that every year over 5,000 of such cases take place, but people fear the police and don't come forward to report such incidents. It is this mentality that motivates the criminals, he said.

On the IPL fixing scadal, he said that exposing the incident was an achievement that and he was proud of it. "First of all we caught the fixers then we fixed the players. People do not understand that if we had no evidence then we could not have taken such actions against them. Simply naming a player does not dent his career, we did it very carefully." Talking about S Sreesanth, he said justice would take a little longer.

Sudhir Chaudhary, Editor, Zee Media said "We have always striven to bring out the truth in all cases of public importance and have given everyone the right to defend themselves. With this interview as well we are trying to give opportunity to another of those that the citizen believe have not been able to do justice to their position and to provide his side of the story. Now, it is up to the viewers to make a decision for themselves on the issue." 

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