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ACT NOW, do not wait for court’s order: Delhi HC

The court was hearing a plea seeking a judicial enquiry and registration of FIRs against BJP leaders Anurag Thakur, Parvesh Sahib Singh, and Kapil Mishra and others for allegedly making provocative statements on anti-CAA protesters that have led to multiple riots and mob attacks in Northeast Delhi.

Sabrangindia 26 Feb 2020

Delhi High Court

Stating that “police do not have to wait for a court’s order” and “it should take action on its own”, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought the police’s stand by 12:30 pm on plea for action against those involved in inciting violence in North East Delhi over CAA, allegedly involving BJP leaders.

The court was hearing a plea seeking a judicial enquiry and registration of FIRs against BJP leaders Anurag Thakur, Parvesh Sahib Singh, and Kapil Mishra and others for allegedly making provocative statements on anti-CAA protesters that have led to multiple riots and mob attacks in Northeast Delhi.

Issuing notice to Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik, the bench of Justice Muralidhar and Justice Talwant Singh asked a senior police officer to be present during the hearing.

A plea seeking judicial enquiry and registration of FIR against three BJP leaders and others for making provocative statements leading to multiple riots and mob attacks in North East Delhi over CAA, was listed before the bench headed by Chief Justice D N Patel. The bench is on leave. Following which, Senior Counsel Colin Gonsalves mentioned the matter for urgent hearing before the bench headed by Justice Muralidhar. The petition has been filed by Harsh Mander and Farah Naqvi and it seks directions from the courts to ““ensure the safety and protection of all protest sites, especially women and children”.

ACT NOW, do not wait for court’s order: Delhi HC

The court was hearing a plea seeking a judicial enquiry and registration of FIRs against BJP leaders Anurag Thakur, Parvesh Sahib Singh, and Kapil Mishra and others for allegedly making provocative statements on anti-CAA protesters that have led to multiple riots and mob attacks in Northeast Delhi.

Delhi High Court

Stating that “police do not have to wait for a court’s order” and “it should take action on its own”, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought the police’s stand by 12:30 pm on plea for action against those involved in inciting violence in North East Delhi over CAA, allegedly involving BJP leaders.

The court was hearing a plea seeking a judicial enquiry and registration of FIRs against BJP leaders Anurag Thakur, Parvesh Sahib Singh, and Kapil Mishra and others for allegedly making provocative statements on anti-CAA protesters that have led to multiple riots and mob attacks in Northeast Delhi.

Issuing notice to Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik, the bench of Justice Muralidhar and Justice Talwant Singh asked a senior police officer to be present during the hearing.

A plea seeking judicial enquiry and registration of FIR against three BJP leaders and others for making provocative statements leading to multiple riots and mob attacks in North East Delhi over CAA, was listed before the bench headed by Chief Justice D N Patel. The bench is on leave. Following which, Senior Counsel Colin Gonsalves mentioned the matter for urgent hearing before the bench headed by Justice Muralidhar. The petition has been filed by Harsh Mander and Farah Naqvi and it seks directions from the courts to ““ensure the safety and protection of all protest sites, especially women and children”.

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