Tis Hazari Court Violence: SC Dismisses Plea of Lawyers, Demands to Ban Media Coverage

Tis Hazari Court Violence: SC Dismisses Plea of Lawyers, Demands to Ban Media Coverage

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New Delhi: The Supreme Court has dismissed the plea of ​​the lawyers in the Tis Hazari Court case. The petition sought to restrict media coverage in a clash between lawyers and police in Tis Hazari Court. The apex court has rejected this plea of ​​lawyers. The Supreme Court has refused to hear this petition.

The media is continuously publishing its news on the controversy that took place on Tis Hazari Court on 2 November. The media is keeping its eyes on the antics of police and lawyers. In this case, people are making people face-to-face with instant updates. Due to the action ahead of them, not even a single moment of news is lost, so keep an eye on them.

This clash started in parking lot caused a lot of gossip that the matter reached to the mar-peet and people became upset. There was an escalation between a lawyer and policemen for parking. Meanwhile, many lawyers and policemen landed in Haathapai. During this time, many lawyers were injured.

In this case, police personnel have fallen. A sub-inspector has been suspended and a Special Investigation Team (SIT) has been formed to investigate the matter.

Hundreds of police personnel have been protesting against this violence outside the police headquarters. The housemates of the policemen also took to the road and protested and demanded to withdraw the suspension of the sub-inspector. Also demanded to stop the transfer of other policemen facing action.

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