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Jun 19, 2019
9:56PM

Delhi HC terms Mukherjee Nagar incident as police brutality

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The Delhi High Court today rapped the Delhi Police for the alleged assault on a tempo driver and his minor son in northwest Delhi's Mukherjee Nagar.

Terming the incident as evidence of police brutality, the court said if a uniformed force would act in this manner, it would scare the citizens who need to feel that police is there to ensure their safety.

The observations by a bench of Justice Jayant Nath and Justice Najmi Waziri came while issuing a notice to the Centre, AAP government and Delhi Police seeking their stand on a PIL for an independent CBI probe into the incident.

The bench also called for an independent report within a week regarding the incident from an officer of the rank of Joint Commissioner of Police and listed the matter for further hearing on July 2.

On Sunday, several video clips of a brawl between the auto driver and policemen went viral on social media. 
 

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