New Delhi: A metropolis courtroom has pulled up Delhi Police over its investigation into the bloody violence that rocked many areas of North-East Delhi in February this 12 months, The Quint reported.
“Perusal of the case diary reveals a disturbing fact. The investigation seems to be targetted only towards one end. Upon enquiry from Inspector Lokesh and Anil, they have failed to point out what investigation has been carried out so far regarding the involvement of the rival faction,” Addition al Sessions Judge Dharmender Rana noticed yesterday, the portal mentioned.
The courtroom has additionally requested the senior police personnel to “monitor” the investigation to “ensure a fair investigation”.
The decide made the observations whereas sending Jamia scholar Asif Iqbal Tanha, charged beneath the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act to judicial custody for 30 days. Tanha was arrested for violent protests at Jamia in opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).
Violent riots left metropolis scarred
In February this 12 months, the nationwide capital witnessed dreaded incidents of riots when mobs armed with lathis & sharp weapons ran amok on the streets and indulged in bloody violence and arson.
The riots claimed the lives of greater than over 50 individuals and left many homes and properties devastated.