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JNU sedition case: Court questions Delhi Police for filing charge sheet without procuring requisite sanctions
The police told Metropolitan Magistrate Deepak Sherawat they will procure the required sanctions within 10 days.
The panel also concluded that Khalid had refused to stop the event when informed about the withdrawal of permission.
Following is the chronology of events of the sedition case in which the Delhi police Monday filed a charge sheet against former JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar and others.
The Delhi Police also charged former students Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya for allegedly shouting anti-India slogans during an event organised on Jawaharlal Nehru University campus.
The arrested is Muhthasimu C M, 41, alias Tasleem of Chembarika in Chemnad panchayat.
Investigations are on to unearth the details of the bank accounts and money syphoned off and to trace the whereabouts of the other accused directors.
There were also reports of gangs operating in teams, including loaders, airline staff, ground staff deployed near security check areas and the housekeeping staff.
To ensure that women safety is not compromised, women police personnel will also be deployed in plain clothes at various strategic locations across the city.
Special picket team including traffic police, PCR and woman personal will be deployed at various locations to ensure that no untoward incident happens, he said.
The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has directed the Delhi Police to ensure that the Supreme Court order on the burning of crackers are adhered to on New Year’s Eve.
The Special Commissioner of Operations said Special Weapons and Tactics teams were constituted, with each team comprising commando, sub-inspectors and constables for swift action.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) G Ram Gopal Naik confirmed the chargesheet has been filed against 10 persons on Thursday in a city court.
HC said that police had "indeed turned a blind eye and blatantly abetted the crimes committed by the rioting mob" and the probe conducted by them in these cases was a farce.
The number of cases of abduction has gone down 47 per cent in the last five years, settling at 22 this year.
The PCA is under the direct control of Baijal, who according to the Supreme Court’s order, is the final authority over the police.