Delhi HC pleas for the actions against the cop for failing to discharge duty, on Republic Day violence.
New Delhi: On Friday the Delhi high court had “dismissed”, for the default for the petition and seeking the action against those police officers, who have allegedly failed in their duty during the violence that had led to the eruption and the emission of the violence during the Republic day. The violence took place as the farmers went on to protest along with their tractors marching towards the Red Fort, against the three agricultural laws. On Friday the Delhi HC, had dismissed the default for a petition and along with that seeking the action against the police officials, and the protesting farmers as because no one was present during the hearing as the matter was taken up by court.
The justice bench, composed of Chief justice DN Patel and Justice Jyoti Singh, has even noticed and observed that the petitioner had even remained absent during the last few occasions. With this the bench said that, “The petition is therefore dismissed for default.”
The petition was filed back in January by a Delhi resident named Dhananjai Jain, for seeking the removal of the people “squatting under the garb of farmers’ agitation”, as to keep the roads and the public places clear. Along with this in the petition, Jain has also urged the removal of Delhi Police Commissioner from his position. According to Jain, the agitation of the protesting framers took place into the situation of violence and aggression, as the farmers had reached the interiors of the Delhi with ,” weapons, hockey sticks, swords and other assault weapons." This situation led to a disastrous moment in the interiors of the city. Disturbing the peace, law and order and tranquility in the city. This plea and the petition was made to the Union of India, Ministry of Home Affairs and Commissioner of Police, Delhi as respondents in the matter.
The plea had mentioned that, “Protestors and farmers put the entire capital to ransom and the whole life of capital was brought to standstill. It raised serious alarm and anxiety amongst the citizens and in particular those living in Delhi. The news reports and electronic media revealed that the mob had taken to absolute violence and the police personnel were beaten and chased away leaving the entire Red Fort under siege of the mob and protestors.
The plea had further mentioned that, “Despite the police being chased away by the protesters brandishing swords and other weapons of assault the higher officials of the police did not wield appropriate force to deter and disperse the mob of protestors resulting into structure of the token of sovereignty of India namely the Red Fort being put .under siege by the protesters. The national monument and national flag was humiliated by hoisting the flag of the protestors.”
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