new Delhi: Taking robust cognizance in opposition to Delhi Police's DCP Rajesh Dev, the Election Commission stated on Wednesday that his assertion was "completely unsolicited". The fee has barred him from electoral work. Significantly, Dev had shared the small print of the investigation with the media, during which the shooter of Shaheen Bagh was informed in regards to the Aam Aadmi Party.
Election Commission (EC) writes to Delhi Commissioner of Police over & dhapos; undesirable public statements by Rajesh Deo, DCP Crime Branch & dhapos ;. The letter states, & dhapos; A warning shall be issued to Rajesh Deo & it shall be ensured that he’s not assigned any work associated to #DelhiElections& dhapos; pic.twitter.com/1DpQvSDuJX
– ANI (@ANI) February 5, 2020
In a letter despatched to the Commissioner of Police of Delhi, the Election Commission stated that this step of Dev was fully undesirable and his habits would impact conducting "free and fair elections". Dev had informed reporters on Tuesday that Kapil Baisla, who fired on Saturday in Shaheen Bagh, is a member of AAP. <! –
AAP approached the Election Commission in opposition to the police officer
After this, the Aam Aadmi Party approached the Election Commission in opposition to the police officer. The fee has directed the Delhi Police to submit a compliance report by 6 pm on Thursday.