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Delhi Court Frames Charges Against One In Delhi Riots Case; states, "Investigation Highly Callous, Inefficient But Cannot Ignore Statements of Victims"

Lawstreet Journal 3 Sep 2021 8:52pm

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On 30th August 2021, a Delhi Court recently framed charges against one Rohit in a case concerning North East Delhi riots after observing that even though the investigation was highly insensitive and had a cruel disregard and the investigation was inefficient, the statements of victims cannot be ignored by the Court.


The Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav observed, "Be that as it may, it is worth noting that investigation in the matter appears to be highly callous, inefficient and unproductive; however, as noted earlier this Court at this stage, cannot ignore the statements of victims dehors the delay in recording of FIR in the matter."

An FIR was registered( FIR 32/2020) against Rohit on February 26 2020, last year alleging that a riotous mob consisting of about 400-500 persons, armed with dandas(sarias) and iron rods blocking the main Gokalpuri Road and thereafter setting on fire some shops and vehicles in the area of Ganga Vihar and A, B, C and D Blocks of Gokalpuri, Delhi-94 on 24.02.2020. 

Also a written complaint was received from one Anwar Ali on 7th march.2020, regarding vandalizing, looting and putting on fire his house in the evening of 24th February 2020 by the mob. 

The said complaint was clubbed with the instant case FIR. Two other complaints were also clubbed with the FIR. Another written complaint dated 11th march 2020 vandalizing, looting and putting on fire his House No.A-23, Gokalpuri by the riotous mob on 24 february 2020. The said complaint was also clubbed… Continue Reading...


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