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Mohammed Ajeeb, deputy leader of Bradford City Council, told the ...
Mohammed Ajeeb, deputy leader of Bradford City Council, told the

Independent (Nov 7, p11) that the police must establish a direct line of communication between themselves and the city's young Asians.

Mr Ajeeb was speaking after a gang of youths launched a firework attack on a police station in the city.

He said: 'After the distrubances of 1995 I thought there would be some kind of direct communication between the police and the youths. That seems to have failed.

'The police need to establish some kind of meaningful communication with the young people of the area. The police have got to learn after all this time, that without establishing a dialogue the problems are not going to be solved.'
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