New Delhi: The Delhi Excessive Courtroom on Tuesday prolonged the keep on a trial courtroom order summoning Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in a prison defamation criticism filed towards him by a constable.
Justice Mukta Gupta, whereas extending the reduction until July 17, requested the Chief Minister to file his rejoinder to the reply by Delhi Police constable Anil Kumar Taneja, who has sought dismissal of Kejriwal's petition in search of keep and quashing of the trial courtroom's order summoning him in a case. Initially on July 13 final yr, the excessive courtroom had granted the reduction.
Opposing the Chief Minister's plea, the constable in his reply had alleged that Kejriwal had "crossed all limits of decency" by utilizing the insulting phrase 'Thulla' for a policemen in an interview in a information channel.
Taneja, who had filed the prison defamation criticism filed on July 23, 2015, had claimed that by utilizing the phrase, Kejriwal "has deliberately insulted total Delhi Police power as a complete and triggered pointless provocation to the police personnel in Delhi".
The excessive courtroom in July final had requested Kejriwal to elucidate the which means of phrase 'thulla' he had allegedly used towards the policemen whereas staying the trial courtroom's order.
The phrase utilized by Kejriwal is a Hindi phrase and the excessive courtroom needed to know its which means because it doesn’t exist within the dictionary.
Earlier, Kejriwal's counsel had advised the courtroom that the phrase 'Thulla' was not used towards all policemen however towards these indulging in unsuitable practices.
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