Man who lost shop, police say the staff addressing issue

Man who lost shop, police say the staff addressing issue

After a man who suffered property damage during the northeast Delhi riots told the High court that he was being threatened to take back his complaint which also accuses BJP councilorKanhaiya Lal of giving a hate speech police have a sure that the "beat staff has been briefed to remain in touch with the complaint police also told the court that his complaint has been clubbed with an FIR lodged in another riots case.Delhi police contention voice made before justice Suresh Kumar Kait, during the hearing of a tree by a readymade garments trading, Nishar Ahmed, pose shop and house allegedly looted on February 25.

Ahmed approached the high court seeking directions to the Delhi police commissioner to register and an FIR at Gokul Pura police station based on his complaint dated March 4, 18, and 23. Through his advocate M R Shamshad, we also sought police protection for himself and his family members, alleging that they are being harassed and threatened almost daily to take back his complaint.

Additional standing counsel Richa Kapoor, appearing for the Delhi police, apprised the bench that Ahmed's complaint was received by the police, in which he has "allegedly that the shutter of his godown was broken by rioters.."

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