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While directing police to complete the probe in the FIRs already registered within a time-bound schedule, as per the provisions of CrPC, it also said those detained in accordance with the law have to be produced before the nearest magistrate within 24 hours for further legal action by the courts.

Where is that affidavit of the family members? Advocate Ashima Mandla, who represented petitioner Harman Preet Singh, informed the court that Delhi Police on Monday released a statement that persons have been arrested and 44 FIRs have been registered. In the petition, Singh alleged that more than persons have been detained from areas in and around the Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur borders in connection with the alleged violence in the national capital on Republic Day.

The legality of the arrests was under question, argued Mandla. However, the court said it was not with the petitioner and would not even issue notice in the case. Nothing is known to the petitioner about the nature of allegations in the FIRs, it added. About the persons allegedly missing after January 26, the court said the petitioner has not contacted any of their relatives. The hearing was adjourned to February 4 as the counsel representing the petitioners could not attend the virtual hearing. Top News Right Now.

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