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Delhi riots: Court terms probe into agitation 'very poor' in number of cases, seeks intervention of Commissioner
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Delhi riots: Court terms probe into agitation 'very poor' in number of cases, seeks intervention of Commissioner

Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav made the observations while framing charges against one Ashraf Ali for 'attacking' police officials during the communal violence on 25 February, 2020

Anti-CAA protests: Sharjeel Imam denies inciting violence with speech, says 'cannot be hammered' with sedition
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Anti-CAA protests: Sharjeel Imam denies inciting violence with speech, says 'cannot be hammered' with sedition

During the hearing, advocate Tanveer Ahmed Mir, representing Imam, apprised Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat, that no part of his speech called for any kind of violence to be initiated

Delhi riots: Court calls probe 'callous and farcical', imposes Rs 25,000 fine on police
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Delhi riots: Court calls probe 'callous and farcical', imposes Rs 25,000 fine on police

Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav directed that the amount of fine be recovered from the SHO of Bhajanpura police station and his supervising officers, saying they 'miserably failed' in their statutory duties

Delhi HC critical of police for slapping UAPA against Pinjra Tod activists: All you need to know about the law
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Delhi HC critical of police for slapping UAPA against Pinjra Tod activists: All you need to know about the law

The Delhi High Court granted bail to JNU students Natasha Narwal and Devangana Kalita and Jamia Millia Islamia student Asif Iqbal Tanha, who were arrested under UAPA

'State anxious to suppress dissent': Delhi HC grants bail to Natasha Narwal, Devangana Kalita in UAPA case
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'State anxious to suppress dissent': Delhi HC grants bail to Natasha Narwal, Devangana Kalita in UAPA case

The court directed Narwal, Kalita and Tanha to surrender their passports and not to offer any inducement to prosecution witnesses

'Complete lack of supervision by senior officers': Delhi court raps police's handling of Delhi riots' investigation
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'Complete lack of supervision by senior officers': Delhi court raps police's handling of Delhi riots' investigation

Communal violence had broken out in northeast Delhi on 24 February, 2020, after clashes between supporters of the Citizenship Amendment Act and protesters spiralled out of control

Delhi riots case: Umar Khalid granted bail; ex-JNU student 'cannot be incarcerated for infinity,' says court
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Delhi riots case: Umar Khalid granted bail; ex-JNU student 'cannot be incarcerated for infinity,' says court

In the order, the court added that there was no proof either through independent public witness or police witness of Khalid being present at the scene of crime on the date of incident

'Effort to silence my voice': Advocate Mehmood Pracha claims Delhi Police raided his office again
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'Effort to silence my voice': Advocate Mehmood Pracha claims Delhi Police raided his office again

Earlier, the Delhi Police Special Cell in December 2020 had raided the premises of Pracha in a case related to the alleged use of forged documents as genuine in judicial records in a northeast Delhi riots case

Delhi riots: Sessions court dismisses bail pleas of Pinjra Tod activist Natasha Narwal in UAPA case
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Delhi riots: Sessions court dismisses bail pleas of Pinjra Tod activist Natasha Narwal in UAPA case

Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat said that in a case of a conspiracy of such a large scale, not having a video was not so vital as generally conspiracy, by its very nature, is hatched in secrecy, and not having videos of such a conspiracy was obvious rather than doubtful

Delhi riots: Presumption of undertrial's innocence should not be destroyed by media trial, says court
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Delhi riots: Presumption of undertrial's innocence should not be destroyed by media trial, says court

The court was hearing a plea filed by Delhi riots accused Umar Khalid, who said the media reports have quoted from his alleged disclosure statement to show that he has confessed to his involvement in the riots and it was prejudicing his right to a fair trial

Delhi riots case: Umar Khalid claims chargesheet leaked to media, says 'vicious campaign' run against him
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Delhi riots case: Umar Khalid claims chargesheet leaked to media, says 'vicious campaign' run against him

Khalid said that his lawyers hadn't received a copy of chargesheet till 4 Jan, but that the media had reported on Delhi Police's charge of conspiracy against him in the last week of December 2020

Delhi riots: Court extends judicial custody of Umar Khalid, Sharjeel Imam in UAPA cases till 23 Nov
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Delhi riots: Court extends judicial custody of Umar Khalid, Sharjeel Imam in UAPA cases till 23 Nov

During the hearing on Friday, the prosecutor for Delhi Police was unclear about whether the chargesheets will be filed next week, but said he will inform the court on 23 Nov

Delhi riots: HC set aside trial court order granting bail to private school owner Farooq Faisal
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Delhi riots: HC set aside trial court order granting bail to private school owner Farooq Faisal

Justice Suresh Kumar Kait, allowing the Delhi Police plea challenging the trial court's 20 June order granting bail to the accused, said the trial court made its decision at a pre-mature stage while ignoring the relevant material on record

Delhi riots: Court sends Umar Khalid to judicial custody till 22 October in UAPA case
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Delhi riots: Court sends Umar Khalid to judicial custody till 22 October in UAPA case

The Delhi Police, in the FIR, claimed that the violence that occurred in February was a "premeditated conspiracy" allegedly hatched by Khalid and two others

Delhi riots case: Opposition meets President Ram Nath Kovind, say 'serious' questions about police's role in violence
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Delhi riots case: Opposition meets President Ram Nath Kovind, say 'serious' questions about police's role in violence

The leaders also alleged that there are publicly documented accounts of police being "complicit, directing mobs pelting stones or looking the other way when mobs were indulging in violence"

Delhi Police, amid criticism over riots chargesheet, says investigating 'all individuals' involved in February violence
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Delhi Police, amid criticism over riots chargesheet, says investigating 'all individuals' involved in February violence

The police in a statement, said, 'Some are taking a few lines of the chargesheet out of context to create controversy and doubt about the investigation'

Delhi riots probe: Police chargesheet has brought criminal justice system 'to ridicule', says Congress' P Chidambaram
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Delhi riots probe: Police chargesheet has brought criminal justice system 'to ridicule', says Congress' P Chidambaram

The party's comments came after Sitaram Yechury, Yogendra Yadav, Jayati Ghosh, and DU professor Apoorvanand were named in a supplementary chargesheet in Delhi riots case

'Obnoxious': CPM slams Centre, Delhi Police for naming Sitaram Yechury among accused in anti-CAA violence case
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'Obnoxious': CPM slams Centre, Delhi Police for naming Sitaram Yechury among accused in anti-CAA violence case

The party's statement on Sunday also added that the Centre must "desist from criminalising peaceful political protests"

Delhi Police names Sitaram Yechury, Jayati Ghosh in riots chargesheet; Mahua Moitra questions silence on Kapil Mishra
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Delhi Police names Sitaram Yechury, Jayati Ghosh in riots chargesheet; Mahua Moitra questions silence on Kapil Mishra

The three have been named based on the statements of JNU students Devangana Kalita and Natasha Narwal, and Gulfisha Fathima of Jamia Milia Islamia

Delhi HC tells police to respond to Pinjra Tod activist Devangana Kalita's bail plea in riots case
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Delhi HC tells police to respond to Pinjra Tod activist Devangana Kalita's bail plea in riots case

Next hearing of plea has been listed for 14 August; last month, bail pleas of Kalita, and another member Natasha Narwal, were dismissed by a trial court