Court Dismisses Tahir Hussain's Plea Seeking Legal Action Against Cops For Alleged False Report

Court docket has dismissed an software moved by suspended AAP Councillor Tahir Hussain (File)

New Delhi:

A Delhi court docket has dismissed an software moved by suspended AAP Councillor Tahir Hussain, who was arrested in a case associated to rioting in north east Delhi in February, accusing police officers of abusing their energy and submitting a false and fabricated report about pending instances towards him.

Chief Metropolitan Justice of the Peace Purushottam Pathak rejected the appliance in search of crucial authorized motion towards the investigating officer or the Station Home Officer or Deputy Commissioner of Police of North East and Deputy Commissioner of Crime Department of Delhi police.

Hussain had levelled the allegation whereas declaring that the police had not furnished info to the court docket on a sixth FIR filed towards him.

However the court docket, in its July 25 order, stated that there was no benefit within the software and “not offering info is a bonafide mistake on the a part of investigating company”.

Throughout the listening to held by way of video conferencing, advocate Javed Ali, showing for Hussain, advised the court docket that originally Hussain had filed an software in March, in search of crucial instructions to the police to supply copies of FIRs by which he has allegedly been booked together with the standing report.

The police had knowledgeable in its report filed earlier than the court docket on March 19 that Hussain was booked beneath 5 instances, stated Mr Ali.

Thereafter he was arrested in one other FIR which was registered in February however the particulars weren’t offered of their March 19 report, Hussain’s lawyer additional stated.

He claimed that this created doubt and confirmed that the sixth FIR was “ante dated, solid and fabricated” or the report dated March 19 was “manipulated”.

The police advised the court docket that there was completely no intent to furnish fallacious info earlier than the court docket as alleged and the Station Home Officer might have inadvertently missed out on mentioning the sixth FIR.

The court docket famous that “non-disclosure of accused within the sixth FIR was not deliberate and there was no level assuming that the DCP-North East and DCP-Crime/SHO involved have intentionally withheld the knowledge and that too for inflicting any hurt to Hussain… Plainly not offering the knowledge is a bonafide mistake on the a part of Investigating Company”.

Communal clashes had damaged out in northeast Delhi on February 24 after violence between citizenship legislation supporters and protesters spiralled uncontrolled leaving a minimum of 53 folks useless and round 200 injured.

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