There have been allegations that a number of leaders together with Mishra made inflammatory speeches concentrating on anti-citizenship regulation protesters earlier than the violence broke out in Northeast Delhi on February 23.
Bloomsbury India issued a press release saying it strongly helps freedom of speech but additionally has a deep sense of duty in the direction of society.
“Bloomsbury India had deliberate to launch Delhi Riots 2020: The Untold Story in September, a book purportedly giving a factual report on the riots in Delhi in February 2020, primarily based on investigations and interviews performed by the authors.
“However, in view of very recent events including a virtual pre-publication launch organised without our knowledge by the authors, with participation by parties of whom the publishers would not have approved, we have decided to withdraw publication of the book. Bloomsbury India strongly supports freedom of speech but also has a deep sense of responsibility towards society,” the assertion mentioned.
Communal violence broke out in northeast Delhi on February 24 after citizenship regulation supporters and protesters clashed with one another within the space, leaving 53 folks useless and almost 200 injured.