The Delhi Supreme Court on Wednesday issued a notice at the request of the Delhi Police, challenging the First Instance Court order to collect Rs. very insensitive”. A jury consisting of Judge Subrammonium Prasad asked Nasir, the riot reporter, for answers, and issued questions for another trial on September 13.
However, the court clarified that the price of Rs 25,000 charged by the court of first instance cannot be reported to Delhi police until the next hearing.
ASG Raju appeared on behalf of Delhi Police, while lawyer Mehmood Pracha appeared on behalf of defendant Nasir Mohd. Nasir, who was injured in riots in northeast Delhi. When he questioned Delhi police about his behavior, adjunct judge Vinod Yadav noted that SHO Bhajanpura and other superiors had failed to fulfill their legal obligations.
In their appeal against the order, the police stated that the judges and judges of the Sofia Prosecutor’s Office had Article 210 CrPC, which obliges the court to proceed with the case for the same offense once the court learns that the investigation is ongoing. “Because the approved Ld. Of Ld. MM is against the law and facts, FIR registration will continue to burden an already overburdened judiciary.”
It was also found that judges charged prices in additional sessions without giving DCP a chance to comment, which is against the principles of natural justice. the defendant/complainant was injured and his testimony was recorded during the investigation and further investigations sometimes take place and there is no reason for a separate FIR, as the offense is related to the same offence. The lawsuit also states that ASJ does not consider the imposition of the fee “not only unreasonable but unnecessary” because the court did not find the request intrusive and the manual setting of the price not only affected the Government’s career severely. . However, the official will certainly greatly damage the reputation of the official.”