New Delhi. Delhi’s Karkardooma Court has expressed its displeasure over the pendency of cases related to the riots in the capital last year. The court said that in the absence of the presence of the investigating officer other than the Special Public Prosecutor (SPP) appointed in the case, it is not possible to dispose of the case quickly. With this, the court said that the attitude of the officers of the crime branch in the matter has also been indifferent.
Chief Metropolitan Magistrate of Karkardooma Court Arun Kumar Garg has sought an explanation from the concerned jail superintendents for not producing the accused Ibrahim and Jalaluddin in the court.
The court said this
The Karkardooma Court is currently hearing the case of head constable Ratan Lal’s murder and a DCP’s head injury during the riots registered at Delhi’s Dayalpur Police Station. The court said an explanation was sought from the investigating officer as well as the DCP of the crime branch for not taking appropriate action against them as per law for non-compliance of the directions.
It also said that as per the order dated November 1, 2021, nothing was recorded on record in relation to the supply of short copies of the relevant charge sheet and other documents by the investigating officer to any one of the accused. At the same time, the court said that despite this, the investigating officer and the SPP did not appear in the court. At the same time, the court has now fixed the hearing of this case on 17 January 22.
The court gave this permission to an accused
Apart from this, the court has also allowed an accused to take a pair of shoes from his family members in jail. A copy of the said instruction was sent to the jail superintendent to allow the accused to get the shoes from his family as per rules.
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