New Delhi, Feb. 23 -- A year after his controversial speech followed violence in North-East Delhi, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Kapil Mishra on Monday said that he would "redo" it if the need arises.

"It's been a year now, so I want to say this here. If the need arises to redo what I did on February 23, I would do it all over again," he said. He was speaking alongside authors of "Delhi Riots: The Untold Story" at Constitution Club, reported The Indian Express.

"I have no regrets, besides the fact that we could not save Intelligence Bureau officer Ankit Sharma and constable Ratan Lal," he added.

At a pro-CAA gathering near the Maujpur traffic signal on February 23 last year, Mishra had warned the anti-CAA protesters to clear the ...