By Ishaan Seth
The Delhi High Court has guided Delhi Police to finish its test in the ‘Bois Locker Room’ case at the earliest opportunity. The request was passed by a Division Bench of Justices Siddharth Mridul and Talwant Singh in an appeal favoured by Ashish Dubey (Petitioner).
In the request documented through Advocates Dushyant Tiwari and Om Prakash Parihar, the Petitioner educated the Court that the members of the talk gathering/understudies had a place with prominent families and hence there were high odds of the examination being unjustifiable and fractional.
The Petitioner had looked for examination for commission of offenses under Section 66E of the Information Technology Act, just as Section 354C, Section 509, Section 503, Section 499 of Indian Penal Code.
The Petitioner had additionally appealed to God for giving security to the young ladies and ladies who uncovered the Bois Locker Room gathering.
In light of the appeal, the Delhi Police presented that examination for the situation was progressing after a FIR was enlisted.
Thinking about the equivalent, the Court discarded the issue subsequent to guiding Delhi Police to finish the examination speedily and document its last report under the watchful eye of the court worried according to law.