Delhi riots: Court slams police for not supplying coloured photos relied upon in charge sheet to accused
Expressing displeasure over this, the judge noted that the investigating officer (IO) and Deputy Commissioner of Police (northeast) have failed to ensure the compliance.
Sharjeel Imam on December 13 2019, had allegedly delivered a provocative speech, which, according to the police, had resulted in riots two days later.
Sharjeel Imam was denied bail in the case registered against him for allegedly making inflammatory speech on December 13, 2019 during the anti-CAA violence
The committee is looking into every aspect of the riot, including what Trump himself was doing while it unfolded and any connections between the White House and the rioters.
In an order dated October 12, Garg had also directed Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana to furnish a detailed report regarding steps taken by him.
Delhi riots: Court frames charges against accused; says 'miscarriage of justice' to throw out case over police delay
The counsels pointed out that there was no CCTV video footage on record which pertains to the date February 25, a fact not disputed by the senior public prosecutor, according to the court's order.
As per the prosecution, the body, found to be of a 15-year-old, had injury marks on the backside of the head, was recovered from the drain on March 1, 2020.
Khalid, along with several others, has been booked under stringent UAPA and is accused of being the "masterminds" of the February 2020 northeast Delhi riots, which had left 53 people dead.
Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav a day before his transfer came down heavily on Delhi police saying 'Police witnesses are lying on oath' and giving contradictory statements.
He made the observations after examination of four prosecution witnesses in the case, pertaining to the February 2020 riots in which 53 people had died and over 700 injured.
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Kapil Sibal, appearing for Zakia Jafri, said this matter has suddenly come up and there are about 23,000 pages of record and they would circulate a convenience compilation.
Ex-employee Frances Haugen will speak before senators less than a day after Facebook, its photo-sharing app Instagram and messaging service WhatsApp went offline for roughly seven hours.
Former Facebook product manager Frances Haugen said in an interview that a 2018 change to the content flow in Facebook's news feeds contributed to more divisiveness and ill will.
Justice Mukta Gupta said that there was no ground to grant bail to the accused, Sirazuddin, at this stage and noted that the available video footage showed him as part of a mob.
To expedite the case, Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat has directed all the accused to file applications under section 207 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) within two weeks.