“Delhi Police had strictly enforced the guidelines, still there were violations. The collected fine has been submitted to goverment treasury,” said an official.
The Delhi high court has directed the city police to conduct inquiry into politicians involved in distribution of COVID-19 medicines and other items, said a senior police official.
Delhi court denies bail to 'Khan Chacha' owner Navneet Kalra in oxygen concentrator black marketing case
Fearing arrest, the businessman had moved the court earlier this week to seek bail in the case.
The police's clarification came after the AAP MLA accused the Centre of "harassing" him for helping people during the pandemic and alleged that a team from crime branch came for questioning him.
The petitioner had sought direction to the respondents to either suspend the usage or cancel issuance of challans during the lockdown imposed in Delhi, or till the COVID-19 situation becomes better.
The police are conducting special drives to curb black-marketeering of oxygen cylinders, concentrators, Remdesivir injections and other lifesaving drugs.
The police had earlier said that teams had been formed and raids were being conducted in the Delhi-NCR and neighbouring states.
On Friday, police recovered 105 oxygen concentrators during raids at two upscale restaurants in the Khan Market area and arrested one person.
Delhi Police conducted multple raids in eateries owned by Navneet Kalra in the Khan Market area and recovered 105 concentrators from Khan Chacha restaurant and Town Hall Restaurant and Bar.
Delhi oxygen crisis: Police recover over 100 concentrators; plea in HC alleges hoarding by politicians
According to the police, 96 oxygen concentrators were recovered from Khan Chacha Restaurant and nine were seized from Town Hall restaurant, both situated in the Khan Market area.
Posted at Nizamuddin police station, Rakesh Kumar is going beyond his usual patrol duty to help cremate the dead at Lodhi Road crematorium.
Apart from it, one double-barrel loaded gun with five live cartridges, two wooden sticks were recovered in one of the five vehicles which were been inspected by the Delhi Police.
Ravi Sharma and his associates have cheated the complainant by selling fire extinguishing cylinders as oxygen cylinders at an exorbitant rate.
Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav said accused Nazim was instigated on communal lines by former AAP Councillor and main accused Tahir Hussain, because of which he lay charged to attack.
The accused cannot be made to incarcerate in jail for infinity merely on account that other persons, who were part of the riotous mob, have to be identified and arrested in the matter.