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Delhi High Court to give verdict on plea seeking FIR against Anurag Thakur, Pravesh Verma on June 13

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Come June 13, the Delhi High Court will pronounce its judgement on a petition filed by CPI(M) leader Brinda Karat, seeking registration of an FIR against Union Minister Anurag Thakur and BJP MP Pravesh Verma for allegedly making inflammatory speeches in 2020.

The Delhi High Court will pronounce its verdict on Monday, June 13, on a petition filed by CPIM leader Brinda Karat challenging a lower court verdict. In fact, the lower court had turned down a petition filed by Brinda Karat seeking registration of an FIR against Union Minister Anurag Thakur and BJP MP Pravesh Verma for allegedly making inflammatory speeches in 2020.

The Single-Judge Bench of Justice Chandradhari Singh had reserved its verdict on March 25.

In October, 2021, Karat had challenged the lower court order in the High Court.

The trial court had ordered that as per Section 196 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CRPC), at the stage of order to file an FIR, prior approval of the competent authority of the Central government is required, as both the persons are Members of Parliament.

Karat and fellow party leader K.M. Tiwari had filed a complaint before the lower court, seeking direction to the Parliament Street police station to file an FIR against Thakur and Verma.

The complaint alleged that during the campaign for the 2020 Delhi Assembly elections, Thakur had raised the slogan of ‘Desh ke gaddaro ko, goli maaro saalon ko’ in his speech.

The complainants had said that this should be considered as hate speech and a case should be registered against Thakur.

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