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Apex court questions why it should intervene in Tis Hazari violence issue

Apex court questions why it should intervene in Tis Hazari violence issue

New Delhi, Dec 9 (UNI) The Supreme Court on Monday questioned the petitioner, G S Mani, why it should intervene when Delhi High Court is already dealing with the case involving the clash over a parking issue between Delhi police and lawyers at the Tis Hazari Court complex.

Mr Mani, replied to the bench, headed by Justice Arun Mishra, that the Delhi High Court dealt suo motu on Tis Hazari court police firing issue alone and passed order in this regard.

The PIL seeks registration of an FIR under section 3 of Police Forces (Restrictions of Rights) Act, 1996 against Delhi cops who sat on dharna at ITO on November 5, following Tis Hazari clashes with lawyers and in protest against attacks on them by advocates at various court complexes.

Delhi High Court, Mr Mani contended, simply adjourned the matter to February 2020, without passing any order. Hence, he insisted that Supreme Court Public Interest Litigation is different from High Court and hence matter may be heard and pass order.

Having heard submissions of Mr Mani, the bench adjourned the case to December 16, Monday.

However, it allowed Mr Mani to place orders passed on the issue by High Court so far.

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