Even in death of one of its own, police insensitive: Delhi Court refuses to set aside order directing FIR into cop's death

The Delhi Police was reluctant to register an FIR in a case involving death of a head constable who was found shot dead under mysterious circumstances.
Delhi Police
Delhi Police

If the death of a cop, who died due to bullet injuries in an isolated spot and whose wife is crying foul blaming some people by name does not warrant even a registration of FIR, one wonders what does?

This observation came from a Delhi Court which upheld an order directing the police to register a First Information Report (FIR) into the suspicious death of one of their own [Seema Meena & Anr v. State & Anr].

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