- Case registered against Congress workers
- Accused of hurting the police during the protest
- Delhi Police registered a case in many sections
Congress Protest: On Friday, the Congress had protested across the country over rising inflation, unemployment and corruption. However, in the country’s capital Delhi, this demonstration was seen in a big way. But now Delhi Police has registered a case against the Congress workers regarding this demonstration. The police allege that during the protest, Congress workers tried to hurt the police and other public servants. Along with this, a case has also been registered in many other sections.
Case registered under these sections
In fact, Delhi Police has registered an FIR against Congress party workers for allegedly obstructing and causing hurt to policemen during a protest march in the national capital. A senior Delhi Police official told the media, “We have covered sections 186 (obstructing public servant in discharge of public functions), 188 (disobedience to order of public servant), 332 (causing hurt to public servant), 34 (general Intention) has been registered.”
The Congress party on Friday held a nationwide protest against the policies of the central government. The party says that there has reportedly been an increase in unemployment and inflation in the country. 65 Congress MPs, including Rahul Gandhi, were detained from Vijay Chowk near Parliament, while a total of 335 protesters were detained under Section 65 of the Delhi Police Act for maintaining law and order in the area.
what did the police say
Special Commissioner of Police, L&O Division, Dr. Sagar Preet Hooda informed that the Congress party held protests at various places in New Delhi including Akbar Road, Vijay Chowk and Jantar Mantar. He said the protesters were appropriately warned about the curfew enforced in the area and repeatedly requested to disperse from the area, however, they continued to protest, leading to a curfew under Section 144 of CrPC. was violated. “When the policemen moved to control the situation, the protesters tried to stop the police officers from performing their duties, assaulted them and injured them,” Hooda said.
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