Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Arvind Kejriwal’s neighbours move Delhi High Court for action against Delhi Police [Read Order]

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s neighbours moved the Delhi High Court on Thursday seeking contempt action against Delhi Police for allowing protests to be held in their area, causing problems in traffic movement due to road Jam.

The Single Bench of Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva heard the plea filed by Civil Lines Residents Association thereby issued notice to the Delhi Police chief and the chief secretary, for their reply.

The petition filed through Advocate Rohit Bhagat & Advocate Rohit Sehrawat states that “mayors and councillors of municipal corporations are sitting outside the CM’s residence on Flag Staff Road and have blocked the public road once again obstructing free movement of residents. The protesters have, therefore, flagrantly violated the directions passed by this honourable court.

The petitioner has cited the Delhi court’s orders against JNU students who obstructed administrative work and Court restrained Delhi Vidyut Board Employees Union and its members from holding any dharna, demonstration, picketing within 500 metres of any offices of BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd.

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Earlier, in 2017, the Delhi High Court has disposed of a petition directing the police commissioner to ensure that adequate steps were taken for prevention of traffic problems in residential areas due to protest.


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