Justice Suresh Kumar Kait said that in the facts and circumstances of the case where life of a officer has been lost, the court is not persuaded to take a lenient view.
A Delhi court pulled up the police over investigations in the north-east Delhi riots last year, saying there was a complete lack of supervision.
The two men are accused in an FIR lodged at Dayalpur police station in northeast Delhi for offences of murder, rioting and criminal conspiracy under the IPC.
Pracha's office was raided by Delhi Police in connection with an FIR alleging that the advocate tutored a witness to initiate a false riots case.
The court noted that both the accused were arrested in November last year, almost seven months after the FIR was registered.
Besides non-monetary compensation and financial loss, another factor that has hit the shop owners here is a reduced workforce.
Residents of northeast Delhi have rebuilt their houses which had been reduced ashes. Despite the trauma, most have no grudges against the other community and want to live in peace.
Shrivastava said that 755 FIRs were registered in connection with the riots and his force ensured a '"free and fair' investigation.
The court said it hoped that the media would follow “self regulation techniques” while reporting on a case pending investigation or trail.
The court directed the Centre and Delhi government to file their responses within four weeks and listed the matter for further hearing on April 9.
The magisterial court had in June last year dismissed their bail applications after police said the probe was at a crucial stage.
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The court directed Osama not to tamper with evidence or leave Delhi without its permission.