#NewDelhi: The Supreme Court has given the Delhi High Court three months to decide on the role of BJP leaders’ speeches in the violence that engulfed Delhi last year. The FIRs were filed against Union Minister Anurag Tagore, BJP’s Kapil Mishra, Pravesh Burma and Abhay Burma. They were accused of making provocative speeches. So an application was made to the Supreme Court. The apex court granted the Delhi High Court three months to decide on the FIA’s registration, as well as the formation of a special investigation team (SIT).
On the other hand, a local court in Delhi has brought charges against 10 people in another case on the same issue. The court admitted that they had created panic among the majority and threatened to expel them from the country. The court said they tried to create panic among the general public by gathering illegally. The court said that those who made the allegations had sufficient evidence to prove that the allegations were true. They had gathered on February 25, 2020 in Bhagirathi Bihar area of Delhi.
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In the allegations leveled against the BJP leaders, the petitioner said that an investigation team should be formed. Which will be made by any police officer outside Delhi. The petitioner had appealed to the Supreme Court saying that the High Court was delaying the hearing. On the basis of that application, the Supreme Court directed the Delhi High Court to clarify its position on the matter within the next three months.
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In February 2020, there was a sudden outbreak of violence in Delhi. The violence escalated within the anti-CAA movement. At least 50 people were killed in the incident.
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