Delhi police remove barricades as farmers vacate Ghazipur protest site after year-long agitation

Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait had declared that protesting farmers would vacate the Ghazipur border protest site by December 15. This marks the end of the year-long agitation that concluded with a truce between the central government and the Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM). At the Ghazipur border, Delhi…

Delhi Police nabs sharp shooters of ‘Kala Jatheri Gang’

Delhi Police nabbed two dreaded criminals, who are sharp shooters of the ‘Kala Jatheri Gang’ under operation ‘Sajag’ on Wednesday. The criminals were arrested by the staff of Sangam Park Bharat Nagar. Operation ‘Sajag’ is a continuing drive by the North-West district for containment of crime…

Delhi Police chief Rakesh Asthana reaches Special Cell office, interrogates arrested Pakistani terrorist

Delhi’s Commissioner of Police Rakesh Asthana on Friday interrogated Pakistani terrorist Ashraf Ali, who was arrested in Delhi’s Laxmi Nagar last month. According to police sources, the police commissioner reached the office of Delhi Police’s Special Cell at 10 am on Friday and interrogated Ashraf Ali…

Second charge sheet ‘soon’ in murder case involving Olympian Sushil Kumar, Delhi Police tells court

Delhi Police has informed a court here that the supplementary charge sheet in the Chhatrasal Stadium murder case involving Olympic medallist wrestler Sushil Kumar will be filed soon. The first charge sheet which was filed by the police on August 2 named 13 accused, including Sushil Kumar who was named as the “main”…

Delhi Police Puts Out Traffic Diversions In View Of Akali Dal’s Protest On Farm Laws

New Delhi:  In view of a protest march organised by members of the Shiromani Akali Dal or SAD against the Centre’s farm laws, the Delhi Traffic Police on Friday alerted commuters about closure of specific roads and suggested diversions to avoid any inconvenience. Taking to Twitter, the Delhi Traffic Police…

Delhi Police fined Rs 25,000 by court for ‘miserably failing’ to investigate 2020 Delhi riots

The Delhi Police has been fined Rs 25,000 by a court in Delhi for “miserably failing” in their duty to investigate cases related to the February 2020 riots in north-east Delhi. The court noted that in one of the FIRs pertaining to the Delhi riots cases, the Delhi Police conducted the investigation in a…