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Unstoppable Fight between Delhi police and Lawyers

Unstoppable Fight between Delhi police and Lawyers

Saturday’s violence started with a fight over a parking spot between lawyers and policeman.
Four days the clashes, the Delhi police have not registered any complaint about its women police officers in uniform who was allegedly assaulted by lawyers at Tis Hazari court. Lawyers are also seen trying to set fire to vehicles outside a room in which a group of policemen had locked themselves in for protection from mob of lawyers
Delhi police has allegedly refused to register FIR for missing gun has reportedly said her loaded 9mm service pistol is missing since Saturday.
The lawyers wanted the police to hand over the constable who had stopped their colleagues from parking their car.
There were 150 prisoners in court lock-up when the incident flared up. Visuals that are part of a fact-finding enquiry establish that lawyers tried to set vehicles on fire just outside the lock-up, perhaps to force the policemen to come out. “Our men from inside sprinkled water to avoid it,” explains a police officer.
The officer alleged that because of the fumes, five prisoners fainted and the police moved them to safety making a human chain.
A case was also registered in an incident on Monday at another court in Saket, where a lawyer was seen in mobile phone footage punching and slapping a policeman on a motorbike. The case was filed only after hundreds of policemen protested a day later outside the Police Headquarters, demanding action and raging at their seniors for failing to protect them.

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