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Jamia Violence : Live Updates From Delhi HC Hearing

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4 Aug 2020 7:17 AM GMT
Jamia Violence : Live Updates From Delhi HC Hearing
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The Delhi High Court is hearing a batch of petitions seeking an independent inquiry into alleged police atrocities in the Jamia Milia Islamia campus in the backdrop of anti-CAA protests.

Follow live updates from the hearing here :

Live Updates

  • 4 Aug 2020 1:57 PM GMT

    The court will continue the hearing on these matters tomorrow

  • 4 Aug 2020 1:56 PM GMT

    Pracha wants an independent committee, with Justice AP Shah as its member, to probe into the matter of Jamia violence

  • 4 Aug 2020 1:56 PM GMT

    'The entire exercise of the police needs to be seen from the prism from an intention to suppress dissent', Pracha argues

  • 4 Aug 2020 1:56 PM GMT

    Pracha: police is filing evidence in sealed cover to withhold the same from us

    'Evidence must be taken out from the cupboards of the police', he argues 

  • 4 Aug 2020 1:56 PM GMT

    Pracha emphasises that police can't be called a neutral party on these cases

  • 4 Aug 2020 1:56 PM GMT

    Pracha: 'time is not conducive for registeration of FIRs' is a concept which is alien to CrPC

  • 4 Aug 2020 1:55 PM GMT

    'If police neutrality is compromised, they're worse then criminals', Pracha argues

  • 4 Aug 2020 1:55 PM GMT

    Pracha: Even when these petitions were pending before this court, police continued to do illegal acts

    'They thought they're above the law', he argues

  • 4 Aug 2020 1:55 PM GMT

    Mr Pracha, appearing for one of the Petitioners, submits that police have committed illegal acts by acting beyond the protocols

    'Whatever has happened needs to be taken care of as per law', he argues

  • 4 Aug 2020 1:55 PM GMT

    Umar Khan submits that knowledge about the violence has been disseminated in public domain through various media portals, social media websites, etc.  

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