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Delhi High Court directs State Police to increase security in Courts

Delhi High Court directs State Police to increase security in Courts

Today, Delhi High Court directed Delhi Police to hold a meeting with senior officials on the issue of strengthening security in court complexes in the national capital.

A Division Bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Subramonium Prasad passed the order while hearing a suo motu Public Interest Litigation (PIL) initiated after the firing at the Rohini court complex in September 2021.

While keeping the Saket Court firing incident in mind, the bench asked the authorities to hold a consultation with the police and discuss the suggestions to beef up the security within two weeks.

Advocate KC Mittal appeared for the Saket Court Bar Association and stated that they had made suggestions in the suo motu petitions and though some of the suggestions have been implemented, there are still issues which need to be addressed.

Advocate Santosh Tripathi appeared for the Delhi Police and stated that it has taken steps in compliance with the Court's earlier order. He said that CCTVs are being installed and that the Delhi Police has done "fantastic work".

On April 21, a debarred lawyer named Kameshwar Singh alias Manoj Singh fired four rounds at a woman.

The next date of hearing is on the second week of July.

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