After waiting for a week for the government to take action against writer Arundhati Roy and Kashmiri-separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani for allegedly making inflammatory speech at a seminar in Delhi, a group of Kashmiri Pandits on Wednesday filed a complaint seeking action against them.
The complaint was filed at the Tilak Marg police station.
"We waited for a week for the government to take any formal action. But the Ministry of Home Affairs has lately shown no keen interest to move ahead with the case. We are dismayed by the government inaction into the case. And therefore decided to take the case forward and filed a complaint with the Tilak Marg police station," said Aditya Raj Kaul, one of the complainants.
The complainants further allege that on October 21, a group of separatists and their sympathisers from all over the country took part in a seminar 'Azadi: The Only Way' at LTG Auditorium.
A complaint has also been made against 'Maoist sympathisers' Varavara Rao and Sugato Bhadra who also spoke at the seminar.