New Delhi. The Karkardooma Court of the capital Delhi on Friday reprimanded the Delhi Police for its 'reckless attitude'. With this, the court said that the Commissioner of Police and other top police officers have not taken the right steps for the proper prosecution of the riot cases of 2020. Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Arun Kumar Garg made this remark after the prosecutor did not appear before the court despite repeated calls and the investigating officer (IO) came late to the court without reading the police file and was unable to answer the questions. are.
With this, the judge said that as per the record, the Special Public Prosecutor has not been present in the matter for the last several dates and on the previous date also he had reached the court after adjourning the hearing." This court is pained to note that the SHO of Gokalpuri has not only failed to depute another investigating officer but has also failed to ensure that he is present in the court at 3.25 pm," the judge said. Even after this, the investigating officer at least came after seeing the file of the case. He has also failed to ensure the presence of the Special Public Prosecutor.
Karkardooma Court said this, the Karkardooma Court said that in the case related to the riots, not only the DCP of North East District and the Joint Commissioner of Police of Eastern Range, about such careless attitude on the part of the prosecution and the investigating agency, repeatedly told In fact, the Commissioner of Delhi Police was also informed about this. Justice Garg said that all of them (officials) did not take steps for proper prosecution in the cases related to the riots. Apart from this, the court has directed the DCP of North East district to clarify how the police can register two FIRs in different police stations.