High Court issues notices to Delhi Police, AAP volunteer on Kumar Vishwas’ plea


Delhi High Court on Tuesday issued notice to Delhi police and AAP volunteer on plea of AAP leader Kumar Vishwas against Patiala House Court’s order.

The next date for hearing has been fixed for 21 July.

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Vishwas had moved Delhi HC agnst PHC’s order of lodging FIR against him on allegations of molestation.

In his petition, Vishwas has questioned the ” unprecedented over-enthusiasm” shown by the metropolitan magistrate in ordering an FIR in a bailable offence despite Delhi Police having said earlier that there was no evidence to support the allegations.

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Vishwas’ plea, filed by advocate Santosh Kumar Tripathi stated, “The metropolitan magistrate has failed to appreciate that the petitioner never called or invited the complainant to his political meetings or stage programmes and as per the complaint, the complainant by herself chased the petitioner at every spot.”

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