Delhi High Court imposes ₹1 lakh costs on lawyer who sought details of CBI and ED officers harassing liquor vendors

The Court termed the allegations as being "wild" and noted that the petition did not name a single officer of the CBI or of the ED who harassed a single liquor vendor.
Wine & Liquor shops
Wine & Liquor shops

The Delhi High Court recently imposed costs of ₹1 lakh on a lawyer who filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) seeking identification of officers of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Directorate of Enforcement (ED) who allegedly harassed Delhi’s liquor vendors [Narinder Khanna v Govt of Delhi and Ors].

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