Delhi Violence Government bid no action on hate speech next hearing on April 13

KEY POINTS :- Hearing has started in Delhi High Court in Delhi violence case. Delhi Police has asked for time to file an answer. ...

KEY POINTS :-

  1. Hearing has started in Delhi High Court in Delhi violence case.
  2. Delhi Police has asked for time to file an answer.
  3. The High Court has given time till 13 April to the Delhi Police.
  4. The High Court approved the plea to make the Ministry of Home Affairs a party to the Delhi violence case.
  5. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, counsel for the Center and Delhi Police said that provocative statements cannot be conducted.
  6. The petitioner cannot seek action by choosing only three provocative statements.
  7. Apart from these three hate speech, there are many more hate speech on which a complaint has been lodged.
  8. We are trying our best to control violence: Tusshar Mehta.
  9. Whether the Center should be made a party or not, the court has to decide, not the petitioner: Tusshar Mehta.
  10. Till yesterday we filed 11 FIRs and today 37 FIRs. A total of 48 FIRs have been filed: Tushar Mehta.

Hearing has started in Delhi High Court in Delhi violence case:-
Hearing has started in Delhi High Court in Delhi  violence case. Delhi Police has asked for time to file its reply in the court. On this, the High Court has given time till 13 April. Till then, the central government will have to submit a report on the provocative speech. Now the next hearing of the case will be on April 13. Along with this, the High Court approved the plea to make the Central Government i.e. Ministry of Home Affairs a party in the Delhi violence case. Solicitor General Tushar (Solicitor General Tushar), counsel for the Center and Delhi Police Mehta) said that yesterday the court issued an order and sought an answer that the provocative statements that were made should be made, while these statements were given 1-2 months ago. The petitioner cannot demand action by choosing only three provocative statements.

We are trying our best to control violence: Tusshar Mehta:-

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that apart from these three hate speech, we have many more hate speech, about which a complaint was lodged. The petitioner has cited only three videos selectively. This does not happen in a PIL. Whether the Center should be made a party or not, the court has to decide, not the petitioner. We are trying our best to control the violence. On this plea of ​​the Center, lawyer Colin Gonzalvish, who spoke on behalf of the petitioner, said that first of all FIRs should be lodged against everyone today, then also arrest immediately.


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Tusshar Mehta said that the current atmosphere is not suitable for the fact that we selectively chose the same three videos (Speeches by BJP leaders Kapil Mishra, Anurag Thakur and Pravesh Verma). On this, Chief Justice DN Patel asked that 11 FIRs have been filed. In response, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that till yesterday, we have filed 11 FIRs and today 37 FIRs. A total of 48 FIRs have been filed. The petitioner wants an FIR on whether Kapil Mishra did it or Waris Pathan did it. In case of death or arson or looting, we have to file an FIR. Other issues take time.

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