The Delhi Police Crime Branch has constituted Special Investigation Team (SIT) on Thursday within the Delhi violence case. With this, all of the registered FIRs within the case have been handed over to the SIT. The two SIT groups shaped for the investigation shall be headed by DCP Joy Tirkey and Rajesh Dev. According to reviews, the investigation crew shaped has began investigating circumstances associated to the North East Delhi violence. At the identical time, monitoring of each these investigation groups has been entrusted to Additional CP BK Singh. In this case, 48 FIRs have been registered by the police up to now whereas 106 folks have been arrested.
In truth, round 38 folks have died and greater than 200 folks have been injured in violence between two teams in Delhi's North-East Eilak in protest demonstrations and protests in opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). <! –
In the riots, the rampaging mob set homes, outlets, automobiles, petrol pumps on fireplace. The violence primarily engulfed Delhi's Zafarabad, Maujpur, Babarpur, Yamuna Vihar, Bhajanpura, Chand Bagh and Shiv Vihar.
Lt. Governor ordered
At the identical time, Delhi's Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal has appointed Special Commissioner of Police Sundari Nanda to satisfy the households of Delhi violence victims and guarantee all attainable help to them. Earlier, Lieutenant Governor Baijal held a gathering on the regulation and order scenario in northeast Delhi. He directed the police to adequately deploy forces, patrol, take care of the scenario quickly in any scenario and to register FIR and promptly examine.
High Court listening to
At the identical time, the High Court heard once more on Thursday on the Delhi violence case. During the listening to, Delhi Police requested for time to file its reply within the courtroom after which the courtroom has given time until April 13 and requested the Central Government to submit a report on the provocative speech. Now the following listening to of this case shall be on 13 April. Earlier on Wednesday, Justice S.C. of the High Court listening to the Delhi violence. Muralidhar has been transferred. The matter is now being heard by a bench headed by Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice C Harishankar.
Police motion after courtroom rebuke
The Delhi violence was heard within the Delhi High Court on Wednesday. During this time, the courtroom requested many inquiries to the Delhi Police. The courtroom stated why the police haven’t taken motion in opposition to the leaders who’ve given provocative statements. To which, the Delhi Police stated that they haven’t seen the video. After which the courtroom moved the statements of BJP leaders Kapil Mishra, Anurag Thakur and Pravesh Verma. So far, 48 FIRs have been registered by the police after the courtroom's extreme rebuke. At the identical time, 106 folks have been arrested.