Muslim Police Officer Hired to Promote ‘Diversity’ Charged With Sex Crimes Against Children

The UK has had numerous scandals involving Muslim grooming gangs across the country.

In some cases, the abuse of children was covered up by authorities over concerns about political correctness.

A Muslim police officer in the UK who was hired to promote “diversity” has been charged with a sickening array of sex crimes against minors.

Sixteen men including a police officer have been charged with historical sex offenses against children aged between 13 and 16.

West Yorkshire PC Amjad Ditta, also known as Amjad Hussain, 35, has been charged with sexual touching.

He and 15 other men are charged with offenses against three girls in the Halifax area, dating from 2006 to 2009.

The allegations include several counts of rape, sexual assault, supplying drugs and trafficking

Ditta was appointed in 2016 as a diversity officer “to boost numbers of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) people applying to join the force” after then Prime Minister Theresa May said the number of black and Asian officers in the UK was “simply not good enough.”

Upon his appointment, Ditta said the police force should reflect the community it serves in terms of diversity.

Three years later and it emerges that Ditta abused his position to target teenage girls.

The allegations include several counts of rape, sexual assault, supplying drugs and trafficking…(Ditta) was a serving officer at the time of the offense he has been accused of,” reports BBC News.

Ditta has now been suspended from duty.

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