Delhi Violence : Police to HC – Now is Not the Right Time to File a Case
New Delhi: There has been continuous violence in Delhi over the last few days on the Citizenship Amendment Act. In which the death toll has reached 35. While more than 170 people, including paramilitary and several personnel of Delhi Police Force, are injured. Meanwhile, the Delhi High Court heard today in the Delhi violence case. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that it is not yet the right time to file an FIR against the leaders who gave the hate speech. An FIR will be registered at the right time.
According to Delhi Police, all the 106 arrested people are locals and that more arrests will be made on the basis of CCTV footage recovered. Police also said that they have got visuals of outsiders and they are being identified. pic.twitter.com/wmbwQ0vb1Z
— ANI (@ANI) February 27, 2020
He further said that right now the focus of the government and security agencies is to control the situation and restore peace. He also told the court that so far 48 FIRs have been filed in this case. On this, the Chief Justice of Delhi High Court Justice DN Patel postponed the hearing of the case for 4 weeks. After which now the High Court sought a response from the Central Government in 4 weeks. The next hearing will be on 13 April.
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