SC issued notice to Delhi Government; Four FIRs against AAP protesters

By on January 24, 2014

The Supreme Court on Friday issued notice to the Centre and the Delhi government for not maintaining law and order in the capital. The apex court has directed the Delhi government and the Centre to file replies in six weeks over the AAP protest.

The Delhi Police have registered first First Information report (FIR) against the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) protesters who staged dharna demonstration outside Rail Bhavan in which around 31 people were injured. The second FIR was against unknown persons over the violation of laws and orders. The third FIR is against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for violating Section 144 during his dharna outside Rail Bhawan. The fourth FIR was lodged against protesters after a complaint from women teachers who said protesters near Rail Bhavan attacked, harassed and misbehaved with them.

Meanwhile, according to CNN-IBN opinion poll in the national capital, the AAP is likely to win 4-6 seats of the 7 Lok Sabha seats, the BJP will win between 1-3 seats, while the Congress not likely to win a single seat.

Arvind Kejriwal said “The final draft of Jan Lokpal Bill is almost ready and will be put for approval in the cabinet next week. Unlike Uttarakhand, the Chief Minister office will be under the Jan Lokapal Bill.”

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