Tag: Delhi Police

Firozabad Asin Held in Delhi with 30 Pistols

(New Delhi)Firozabad Asin Held in Delhi with 30 Pistols
The Delhi Police’s Special Cell has arrested Asin for allegedly supplying illegal weapons,
Asin alias Bobby, is a resident of Ferozabad. He was arrested with 30 pistols and 50 rounds of ammunition from Delhi’s Geeta colony area on Thursday,

FIRs Filed Against Rioting Lawyers

(New Delhi)) FIRs Filed Against Rioting Lawyers
A policeman and a civilian filed two FIRs on Tuesday, alleging they were assaulted by lawyers at the Saket Court Complex in South Delhi,
The FIRs were filed at Saket police station in connection with the assaults on Monday.
An on-duty policeman was thrashed by advocates outside the Saket Court Complex. In a video of the purported incident, lawyers were seen beating up the policeman riding a bike. One of the lawyers also slapped him. When the policeman was leaving the spot, the lawyer also hit his bike with his helmet.
The civilian alleged he was beaten up by lawyers at the court complex.
Meanwhile, thousands of police personnel have been protesting outside their headquarters at ITO in an unprecedented move, demanding action against lawyers involved in the attack outside the Saket Court Complex.
The tension between police personnel and lawyers had been building up since Saturday, when a clash over a parking dispute injured at least 20 security personnel and several advocates.

Lawyers Vandalised Police Vehicles& Called Strike

(New Delhi)Lawyers Vandalised Police Vehicles & Called one Dayer Strike on 4th November
Lawyers alleged that two of their colleagues were injured, including one in police firing, but the police denied that it had opened fire.
Bar Associations condemned the incident and called a one-day strike across all district courts in the national capital on November 4.
This Clash between Lawyers and Delhi Police After Lawyer’s car allegedly hit a police jail van
A police vehicle was set on fire and eight others were vandalised during the fracas, the
Meanwhile, lawyers sat on a protest at the gate of the court premises, demanding action against those responsible.

Capt Hitout Delhiite Cops Attacking Sikhs in Delhi

[Chd,Pb]Capt Seeks Shah’s Intervention in Streetfight Between Cops and Sikhs in Delhi
Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh hit out at the Delhi Police on Monday for the alleged assault on a man at Mukherjee Nagar in the national capital and sought Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s intervention in the matter.
CM said in a Tweet “Shameful incident of @DelhiPolice ruthlessly beating up Sarabjeet Singh & Balwant Singh over a petty issue. Request HM @Amit Shah to ensure justice,”
The Delhi police has said an enquiry will be conducted into the incident by Deputy Commissioner of Police (northwest) Vijayanta Arya and the Additional DCP and ACP of the district.
Three policemen have been suspended for their unprofessional conduct in handling the matter and further legal action will be taken on the basis of the enquiry, the police have said.
A police officer was injured on Sunday after he was allegedly attacked by a tempo driver, who chased him with a sword following an accident involving their vehicles. Video clips of the incident have gone viral on the social media.
In one of the clips, a man was seen chasing some policemen with a sword in his hand, while in another, the policemen were seen thrashing him with batons.

2K Bikers Challaned in Delhi during Shab e Barat

[New Delhi]2K Bikers Challaned in Delhi during Shab e Barat
As many as 2,029 persons were challaned by the city traffic police for riding without helmets during Shab-e-Barat. Shab-e-Barat, also known as the ‘night of forgiveness’, was observed by various Muslim communities last night. The police also challaned 739 persons for triple riding on the day
The Delhi Police had put heavy security arrangements in place to prevent stunt biking and facilitate people offering prayers on the occasion.
The area around India Gate was out of bounds for two wheelers. Police pickets were deployed to prevent stunt biking by youngsters,

AAP Rattles On Delhi Police’s Entry Into Kejriwal’s House

[New Delhi] AAP Rattles On Delhi Police’s Entry Into CM Arvind Kejriwal’s House
The police team went inside the chief minister’s residence only to “humiliate and insult him (Arvind Kejriwal),” AAP leader Ashutosh told reporters
He accused the Delhi Police of acting like a mere “puppet” in the hands of the central government.
.In a press conference, the AAP also showed a two-and-half-minute clip where senior police officials are seen inside the residence of the chief minister, purportedly asking questions about the wall paint of the room.
The remarks came after a Delhi police team was sent to Kejriwal’s residence to collect evidence related to the case of alleged assault on Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash by the party MLAs.
Police, meanwhile, has claimed that their request seeking CCTV footage from the chief minister’s residence in connection with the alleged assault case was not met, prompting them to dispatch a posse there to collect evidence.

HC Seeks To Know “AAP” Govt Measures Banning LoudSpeakers

[New Delhi]HC Seeks To Know “AAP” Govt Measures Banning LoudSpeakers
The Delhi High Court today sought to know from the AAP government and the police measures they have taken on a plea seeking a ban on loudspeakers atop religious structures in the national capital.
A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar also directed the Delhi Police to place before it the standing order, that they have claimed to have issued, with regard to usage of loudspeaker at religious places.
The bench further said publicity is important as people have to know norms and consequences in case of violation.
The court was hearing a PIL, filed by an activist Sanjjiiv Kkumaar, which said banning of loudspeakers will not violate Article 25 or 26 (Articles on Freedom of Religion) of the Constitution.
The plea said loudspeakers were never part of any religion as the instrument came into existence only in 1924.

For Poor ,EvenDowry Victims ,Registration of FIR Impossible: Delhi HC

[New Delhi] For Poor, Registration of FIR Impossible: Delhi HC
A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar expressed anguish when it found that no FIR was lodged by the police despite a woman’s complaint that her daughter has been missing from her in-laws’ house since June 2016.
The bench took note of the letter written to it by the woman explaining the ordeal suffered by her daughter before she went missing after she was harassed by her in-laws.
In her letter, the woman has also alleged that her daughter was beaten up for bringing less dowry.
The bench asked the DCP of the area, where the woman had lodged a complaint, to place before it the action taken in this regard.
It directed the police to ensure that the missing woman and her husband are present before the court on the next date of hearing on January 29.

Delhi Police Catches Mastermind Of Gujarat Blasts

[New Delhi]Delhi Police Catches Mastermind Of Gujarat Blasts
Delhi Police today claimed to have arrested a man, suspected to be the mastermind of the 2008 Gujarat blasts
As per PS Kushwah, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell), they he was the most wanted terrorists of Students Islamic Movement of India(SIMI) – Indian Mujahideen (IM) Abdul Subhan Qureshi after a brief exchange of fire.
“He is the mastermind of the 2008 serial blasts in Gujarat,” K
The officer did not divulge further details.

Crimes in Natl Capital Increased by 12% :Police Confess

[New Delhi]Crimes in Natl Capital Increased by 12% In 2017 :Police Confess
Crimes in the national capital increased by 12 per cent in 2017,
However, records show that crimes in the city under major heads like
murders have declined. T
he increase in motor vehicle thefts continues to be an area of concern for the police.

According to the data shared by Delhi Police,
2,23,075 cases were registered in 2017 as opposed to 1,99,110 in 2016.
The total Indian Penal Code (IPC) crimes per lakh of population during 2017 was 1,263 in comparison to 1,137 in 2016.
The police said that the increase in the number of cases registered is
due to fair registration of crimes,
online registration of FIRs pertaining to property thefts and
motor vehicle robbery and
registration of FIRs on all complaints of women.
Delhi Police commissioner Amulya Patnaik said that “socio-economic disparities” are a significant criminogenic factor, coupled with other issues.
The Delhi Top Brass said that the issues of women’s safety and the menace of street crime demanded a focused strategy.
With incidents of terror occurring frequently across the globe, anti-terror measures were also on the top of their list,
Patnaik said that their focus last year was on preventive policing rather than reactive policing.
“Beat-in-focus policing, identification of active criminals and effective surveillance on them, high-visibility of police on streets, etc, led to a reduction in heinous crimes by 23.43 per cent last year. Street crimes like robberies and snatchings also declined by 21.05 per cent,” he said.
R P Upadhyaya, special commissioner of police (crime), said that 6,057 heinous crimes were reported in 2017 as opposed to 6,057 in 2016, thereby showing a decline of 23.43 per cent.
Statistics showed a minor decline of 0.73 per cent in rape cases. Murder cases also showed a decline by 7.78 per cent and dacoities showed a decline of 20 per cent.
The police also claimed that insistence on focused investigation led to a high rate of detection of heinous cases which was 87.98 per cent in 2017 as opposed to 71.81 per cent in 2016.
A total of 60,10,772 challans were issued by the Delhi Traffic Police last year, with the police collecting Rs 94.25 crore.
The statistics also showed a minor decline of 0.9 per cent in the fatal accidents, that was attributed to the measures like suitable deployment of night checking cum patrolling parties by the traffic police, analysis of accidents, etc