Delhi Police to SC: Will File a Better Affidavit

  • The Delhi Police said it will file a "better" affidavit after the Supreme Court rejected the former's affidavit on Friday, April 22.

  • The affidavit under consideration was filed by the Delhi Police in response to a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by retired high court judge Anjana Prakash and journalist Qurban Ali.

  • In response to the PIL, the Delhi Police denied any hate speech spoken at the event in an affidavit.

  • The panel directed Delhi Police to submit a new affidavit by May 4 and set a hearing date on May 9.

  • The petitioners' locus standi was questioned by the Uttarakhand government's lawyer.

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