A Muslim police officer in the United Kingdom who was originally hired to promote diversity among police officers wound up joining a grooming gang that participated in child sex trafficking.
The West Yorkshire police officer Amjad Ditta, who also goes by Amjad Hussain, was charged with sex crimes against children between the ages of 13 and 16.
In 2016, Ditta was selected as a diversity officer in order “to boost numbers of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) people applying to join the force” after the previous Prime Minister Theresa May said the number of black and Asian officers in the UK was “simply not good enough.”
Once appointed, Ditta said that British police forces should be mirror images of the communities they serve in and be as diverse as possible.
Three years later it was discovered that Ditta took advantage of his position to prey on teenage girls.
He has now been suspended from his position.
The other men caught in this sex trafficking scandal include the following:
Vaqaas Abbas, Nadeem Adalat, Sajid Adalat, Vaseem Adalat, Amjad Ditta, Christopher Eastwood, Metab Islam, Mohammed Rizwan Iqbal, Ishtiaq Latif, Asad Mahmood, Arfan Mir, Younis Mohammed aka Younis Khan, Nadeem Nassir, Shahzad Nawaz, Shazad Nazir, and Sohail Zafar.
The UK has been swept by Muslim grooming gang incidents across the country in recent times. Authorities have even covered up some of these child abuse cases because of political correctness concerns.
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