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‘SC was told a blatant lie that I am a free man… why am I being stopped’ -Bashaarat Masood

-The Indian Express Soz says barred from moving out; free to go where he wants, says J&K administration Srinagar: A day after the Supreme Court disposed of a petition by Saifuddin Soz’s wife over his “illegal detention”, accepting the government’s submission that he was under no restrictions, the J&K Congress leader was stopped by the police as he tried to move out of his house in Srinagar. As mediapersons watched, police personnel...

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Delhi Cabinet Rejects Panel of Lawyers Suggested by Police for Riots Cases A free and fair trial would not be possible by a panel of lawyers selected by the Delhi Police, the cabinet said. New Delhi: Observing that the courts have already raised serious questions on the fairness of investigations done by the Delhi Police in the North East Delhi riot cases, the Delhi cabinet on Tuesday rejected the panel of lawyers recommended by the police. In a meeting called to decide on the...

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6 ex-bureaucrats move SC seeking judicial probe into Modi Govt’s ‘gross mismanagement’ of COVID-19, lockdown

-National Herald The plea says the Centre failed to “undertake timely and effective measures for containing transmission of disease within India” despite being notified about the same by WHO in January, 2020. Six retired bureaucrats have moved the Supreme Court seeking an independent inquiry by a Commission appointed under the Commissions of Inquiry Act, 1952, into the Central Government's "gross mismanagement" of the COVID-19 pandemic in India, legal news website has...

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Police Joined Rioters During Delhi Violence, Alleges Delhi Minorities Commission’s Fact Finding Report -Tarique Anwar The 134-page report was released by the commission on July 16 in Delhi. New Delhi: “The police was coordinating with the mob and the mob kept on chanting, ‘Dilli Police Zindabad’ (Long Live Delhi Police),” says a Delhi Minorities Commission report detailing the communal violence in North-East Delhi in February this year. The Commission has cast serious doubts on the credibility and impartiality of the Delhi Police on July 16 while...

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Delhi riot ignition finger at Amit Shah, Yogi Adityanath Pheroze L Vincent

-The Telegraph Panel blames speeches by BJP leaders The Delhi Minorities Commission has accused Union home minister Amit Shah, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Adityanath and other BJP politicians of “fanning communal sentiments” through incendiary speeches before the February riots in the capital. It has also alleged that “police were complicit and abetted the attacks” during the riots, which killed 53 people, and arrested victims rather than the people they accused. One of the key...

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