A Delhi judge who was hearing cases related to the North East Delhi riots has been transferred Delhi High Court Wednesday to the CBI court.
The Delhi High Court has ordered the transfer / appointment of 11 judicial officers, including seven metropolitan judges and four additional session judges, including Vinod Yadav, who was appointed to the Karkarduma court.
ASJ Yadav on several occasions carried out harsh observations against the Delhi Police, calling its investigation “disgusting and lazy”. His court has so far heard 179 riot cases and recorded 57 charges. He will now replace Special Judge Virendra Bhatt as Special Judge (PC Law) in Rouse Avenue Court. Yadav’s former post in Karkartuma Court.
In a recent order, Yadav noted that “the quality of investigation is very poor in a large number of cases of riots”. He also noticed it after it was filed Half indictments in courtThe police are not worried about taking the investigation to a logical conclusion.
Commenting on the public behavior of the officers at the forefront of the riot cases, ASJ Yadav said, “It is very painful that a large number of riot cases are pending and most of the cases are pending consideration.” He did not appear in court physically or through video conferencing at the time the charge was considered.
The two accused of assaulting Sashastra Seema Paul’s 65th Battalion during the riots, he said, “are saddened that the quality of investigation in so many riot cases is so poor. After the indictment is filed in court, neither the IO nor the SHO nor the supervising officers are concerned about what other material should be collected from the appropriate authority … and what are the steps to be taken to take up the investigation? Logical conclusion. “
On September 15, he filed a lawsuit against former AAP councilor Tahir Hussein for delaying arguments on the charges. “Truth will eventually come out”.
His court acquitted Hussein’s brother and two others in the riot case, saying, “Looking back at the worst communal riot in history since the secession of Delhi, the failure of the intelligence agency to conduct a proper investigation using the latest scientific methods will certainly be painful. The Guardians of Democracy.”