- A Delhi Police (wrongdoing branch) visited the Indian Youth Congress (IYC) office on Friday.
- The Delhi police have said that this is a piece of the enquiry they are leading under a high court request.
A Delhi Police (wrongdoing branch) visited the Indian Youth Congress (IYC) office on Friday. IYC chief Srinivas BV told columnists that the police group needed to know how the Youth Congress assists individuals with engaging the Covid infection (Covid-19), adding that their inquiries were replied to IYC.
“They (the Delhi Police group) needed to know the subtleties of how we are helping individuals. We addressed every one of their inquiries,” Srinivas told ANI.
Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala criticized the Delhi Police:
Congress representative Randeep Singh Surjewala scrutinized the Delhi Police inquiring about whether helping those in need “is a wrongdoing”.
“Sending Delhi Police to stop Youth Congress and its boss Sirinvas from aiding Covid-19 patients is the feared face of the Modi government,” Surjewala tweeted.
“We won’t be frightened away, nor will our soul be broken by such disturbing vengeance activity. The help will be resolved and decided,” he added.
Conducting an enquiry under a high court order, Delhi Police stated:
The Delhi police have said that this is a piece of the enquiry they are leading under a high court request.
Before conversing with Srinivas, police had likewise taken the proclamations of Aam Aadmi Party MLA Dilip Pandey, Bharatiya Janata Party’s Delhi chief and representative Harish Khurana and previous Congress MLA Mukesh Sharma, as a piece of the court-requested enquiry; however, no FIR has been stopped against anybody till date.
Order by Delhi high court to Delhi Police:
The Delhi high court had on May 4 had requested police to inspect the occasions of lawmakers in the public capital locale purportedly acquiring and disseminating Remdesivir infusions, utilized in the treatment of Covid-19 patients, and make strides for housing of FIR if there should arise an occurrence of any offence.
An individual named Deepak Singh had documented a writ supplication looking for a test against legislators for supposedly storing and dark showcasing of fundamental meds utilized in treating Covid-19.