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Section 144 Imposed Around India Gate, High Court Took Suo motu

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New Delhi, Aug 10 (ANI): Police personnel stand guard outside India Gate ahead of Independence Day Celebrations, in New Delhi on Monday. (ANI Photo)
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Delhi police has precluded all gatherings around India Gate and imposed Section 144 of CrPC that forestalls assemblage of more than five individuals in a region. Delhi Police has likewise said that assemblage of up to 100 individuals is allowable at Jantar Mantar yet with earlier authorization.

“The general public is hereby informed that in view of DDMA order dated 03.09.2020 a total gathering up to 100 persons is permissible at the designated place i.e. Jantar Mantar and that too with prior permission of the competent authority. No gathering is permissible around India Gate due to imposition of Section 144 CrPC,” New Delhi DCP Eish Singhal tweeted on Thursday evening. 

This comes just before the planned protest of Congress, AAP and a few other parties who will organize shows at India Gate later in the day against the grisly Hathras case that has set off cross country shock. A 19-year-old young lady was assaulted and thumped while she was chipping away at the fields with her family on September 14. She suffered extreme wounds on her tongue and spine. The Hathras young lady was moved to Delhi’s Safdarjung Hospital in a brutal condition. Her deaths on Tuesday has set off huge fights the nation over with the part of UP Police and UP government going under hefty analysis by Opposition and common society the same.

Congress pioneer Priyanka Gandhi will be proceed with her dissent against the Hathras case on Friday after she was kept on Delhi-UP border on Thursday while she was set out toward Hathras. Priyanka Gandhi will be partaking in the planned protest in Delhi today being sorted out by Delhi Congress and Mahila Congress units. Delhi Congress will compose a prarthna sabha at the Panchkuian Road at 4 pm today to appeal to God for the Hathras victim.

The Lucknow seat of Allahabad High Court has taken suo motu of the Hathras case in which a 19-year-old Dalit girl was assaulted and seriously harmed by a four men while she was chipping away at the fields on September 14. The court has summoned the Uttar Pradesh additional chief secretary, director general of police and additional director general of police on October 12 in connection with the case. Justices Rajan Roy and Jaspreet Singh have also called the Hathras victim’s parents to have their say in court that day.

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