Baghpat (Uttar Pradesh): Former Mumbai police commissioner Chaudhary Satyapal Singh, who is contesting against Rashtriya Lok Dal chief Ajit Singh in Baghpat, demanded on Tuesday that the Centre must make the Vohra Committee report public.
Satyapal Singh said, the Vohra Committee, in its report, had clearly named the people who had links with Dawood Ibrahim and his associates.
"The report is lying with the Centre, but it has been suppressed so long. If no action is taken by the Centre, I will reveal the names of people with links to Dawood at the right time", Singh said.
On the recent arrest of Indian Mujahideen militants, Satyapal Singh said the accountability lies with those who have been in power for the last 60 years. He demanded changes in anti-terror law to curb terrorism.
Satyapal Singh said, he stood by his remarks that there must not be marriages within the same 'gotra'.
He however added that he was against honour killings ordered by khap panchayats. "We should let the law take its own course."
Singh is contesting from Baghpat constituency, famous for electing late Chaudhary Charan Singh, India's former prime minister and father of Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh.