There is no occasion or necessity to transfer the criminal investigation into the violence that broke out at Jamia Millia Islamia in December last year from Delhi Police to another investigating agency, Additional Solicitor General Aman Lekhi argued before the Delhi High Court on Friday..The Division Bench of Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan was hearing petitions seeking constitution of an independent probe team into the police brutality inside the Jamia campus following an anti-CAA protest..In its written response to the petitions, the Delhi Police has contended that allegations of police brutality are an “utter falsehood”. .[Jamia Violence] Allegations of police brutality an “utter falsehood”; Police acted with utmost restraint: Delhi Police tells Delhi HC.It has also argued that Delhi Police was constrained to enter Jamia Millia Islamia after the unruly mob "strategically" entered the campus and pelted stones on the police personnel. .[Jamia Violence] Completely wrong to say that force used by Delhi Police was not proportionate, ASG Aman Lekhi before Delhi HC .Opposing the prayer for transfer of investigation from Delhi Police, ASG Lekhi argued that the same could not be granted merely because a party has made allegations against police. .Such simpliciter allegations harm the confidence of the investigating agency, he added. .If on every accusation, action is taken.. the very credibility of a police agency will be lost for all times to come and it will lose its efficacy.ASG Lekhi said. .Lekhi submitted that there were no findings of brutality even in the report submitted by the National Human Rights Commission and there was thus no occasion for a constitutional court to interfere. .He added that chargesheet in the matter had been filed and a competent criminal court was seized of the matter. .ASG Lekhi further contended that Delhi Police's action was consistent with international practice in such situations as well as Section 129 CrPC. .It was pointed out that CrPC empowered a police officer to pursue any person who has committed a wrong and enter any place in India including a university. .Until and unless one has to legitimise violence, there is no occasion to interfere in the manner in which the petitioners are seeking, he said. .[JAMIA VIOLENCE] Delhi HC begins hearing pleas alleging police brutality; Petitioners press for independent probe [Day 1].The hearing will continue on October 1. .Solictor General Tushar Mehta is expected to begin submissions on behalf of Delhi Police.