Tis Hazari clash: Police silent as lawyers declare strike

New Delhi: Delhi police officials are yet to give an official statement on the clash at Tis Hazari court premises on Saturday in which a lawyer was left injured.

Till the time of publishing, none of the senior officials of Delhi police – Commissioner Amulya Patnaik, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) of Central Zone (Delhi) and also Spokesperson of Delhi Police Mandeep Singh Randhawa, Additional Public Relations Officer (PRO) and Assistant Police Commissioner of Delhi Police Anil Mittal, Special Police Commissioner (Law & Order) Sanjay Singh, Northern District Police DCP Monika Bhardwaj – have given any official statement on the clash.

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New Delhi: A vehicle set ablaze during a scuffle that broke out between the Delhi Police and lawyers, leaving an advocate injured with a bullet injury to his chest, at the Tis Hazari court in New Delhi on Nov 2, 2019. According to sources, the scuffle broke out over a parking issue and resulted in arson, with some vehicles being set on fire. (Photo: IANS)

The angry lawyers set a Gypsy of Delhi Police Control Room (PCR) and a prison vehicle on fire.

Earlier, the lawyers announced an indefinite strike starting this Monday in all district courts, demanding action against the policemen involved in the firing incident.

Chairman of Coordination Committee of Lawyers Mahavir Sharma and General Secretary Dheer Singh told the media that they will not let the Delhi Police, who fired at the lawyers, escape from the law.


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