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The Delhi High Court bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar on Wednesday(June 6) dismissed a writ petition seeking detailed enquiry into the killing of 39 Indian Nationals in Iraq 2014.

The court said “We have found no legality in the present writ petition and there is personal and political interest of the petitioner by filling the writ petition. The petitioner does not elaborate the steps taken by the authorities during that time. The petitioner is guilty of hiding material facts as well. After being taken into custody he didn’t raised any objection. The court strongly discourages these kinds of writ petitions and is imposing a Rs 1 lakh cost on the petitioner to be deposited in the Advocate Welfare trust within one month.”

Read the judgment here .

-India Legal Bureau

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