Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and vice chairman of Jal Board Raghav Chaddha has approached the court in a case of vandalism at Delhi Jal Board headquarters. He filed an application under section 156 (3) against the accused BJP leader and Delhi BJP president Adesh Gupta, Yogendra Chandolia (BJP leader), Ravi Tanwar (vice-president, Karol Bagh BJP) Vikas Tanwar and some other BJP leaders and activists is.
Raghav Chadha said, “This shameful incident of sabotage was carried out in the presence of Delhi Police at Varunalaya, headquarters of Delhi Jal Board in Jhandewalan, Delhi on 24 December. After this, after seeing the slowness and inaction in the process of investigation, an application has been made to the court under Section 156 (3) of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC). It has been appealed to the court to intervene in this and supervise the investigation being conducted by the police officers. ”
The application to monitor the investigation said that in this humiliating and horrific incident of sabotage and disturbance in the Delhi Jal Board, along with Delhi BJP President Adesh Gupta, Yogendra Chandolia, Ravi Tanwar, Vikas Tanwar and some other BJP leaders, 200 -250 workers were involved, who carried out this serious crime in the Delhi Jal Board headquarters in broad daylight.
Raghav Chadha accused Delhi Police
According to Raghav Chadha, “Due to suspected inaction on behalf of Delhi Police, this violence incident gained more emphasis. When the riotous mob wreaked havoc and illegally attacked the Delhi Jal Board Headquarters, the Delhi Police only became a mute spectator. The public property of the Delhi Jal Board has been damaged. Board officials were obstructed from working. Despite all this, no action has been taken so far on the accused due to the inaction of the officials concerned. ”
Demand for investigation within certain timeframe
He said that, therefore, under the right of fair investigation by applying under section 156 (3), it has been demanded from the court that the investigation of this entire matter should be done within the specified time under the supervision of the court. Among other relief, prompt action against the accused and important evidence including their CDR location has been demanded. Raghav Chadha said, “Disappointed with the slowdown in the investigation process and the FIR lodged in the section of the epidemic act, he has appealed to the court for effective investigation and monitoring of the investigation.”