‘C Summary’ report filed against girl for exhibiting ‘Free Kashmir’ placard during anti-CAA protest

Dec29,2020 #C Summary report #CAA #Kashmir
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Shweta Tambade

In the case registered against Mahek Mirza Prabhu for allegedly exhibiting the ‘Free Kashmir’ poster during an anti-CAA protest at the Gateway of India earlier this year, the Mumbai Police has filed a ‘C Summary’ report.

It was noticed that police file a ‘C Summary’ report when the case is neither true nor false, nor when the criminal case was filed due to a mistake of facts or the offence complained about is civil.

Previously in January, Mahek Mirza Prabhu was embroiled for showing the contentious placard during an anti-CAA protest.

She had clarified that she was disturbed about the condition of Kashmiris and was protesting peacefully.

However, the BJP led opposition called it an act of treason.

In February, northeast Delhi experienced brutality between the groups supporting and opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), killing at least 53 people while hundreds of others were injured.

The Delhi High Court nominated four judges from the Karkardooma Courts to examine the cases related to the communal violence in Northeast Delhi and Shahdara district.

In two public notices, the Delhi High Court said that the Additional Sessions Judge of North East and Additional Sessions Judge of Shahdara in Karkarkdooma Courts Complex are delegated as courts for trial of Delhi violence cases.

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