Delhi Police's big statement on violence, says"This is not the right time for FIR on provocative speech"

Feb 27 2020 05:31 PM
Delhi Police's big statement on violence, says

New Delhi: Protests have been seen in many areas of the country over the citizenship law and NRC for some days. At the same time, the court heard on Thursday in the case of registering an FIR against Union Minister Anurag Thakur and his aide BJP MP Pravesh Verma in a case of malicious speech against protesters opposing CAA in Shaheen Bagh. The court postponed the hearing till April 13, giving the central government a party, in this case, giving three weeks time to file its reply. Justice S.K. The bench of Muralidhar and Justice Talwant Singh did it. Today, the hearing of this case was heard by a bench of Justice DN Patel and Justice C Hari Shankar.

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In the investigation that at the beginning of the hearing, Solicitor General Tushar, lawyer of Delhi Police, said that the petitioner has considered three speeches as malicious speech according to his intelligence but there are many such speeches. With this, today once again Tushar Mehta applied to hear the Central Government in this matter.

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Delhi Police told the High Court that they have decided that they will not register an FIR on malicious speeches because it is not the right time. This will not help in restoring peace and the situation in Delhi will not be normal. It is also being said that Delhi Police has also told that so far they have registered 48 FIRs in the case of violence.

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