New Delhi: Following the post mortem report of 19 year old girl who was killed on July 16 in the Delhi's Anand Parbat area, the Delhi Police is planning to send a notice to the state government to take down its misleading ad.
The advertisemnets, which have been on air from Monday, say -19 year old victim received 32 wounds to her body but the autopsy report of the victim said that she died due to profuse bleeding caused by eight stab injuries.
The post-mortem report of the victim revealed that she had received four stab wounds to her lower body, and other wounds were incisions to her forearms, neck and upper body.
The advertisement where CM Arvind Kejriwal calls upon PM Narendra Modi to handover the law and order department to Delhi government, has become the latest flashpoint in an ongoing tussle between the state government and the lieutenant governor over control of the Capital.
Delhi Police do not report to chief minister Arvind Kejriwal due to Delhi's unique position as the national capital.
The notice would also ask the state government to share the source from where the state government learnt that the victim was stabbed 32 times.
A similar notice would be sent to radio and TV channels, asking them to edit out the misleading content from the advertisements.
Police sources said the notice sent to the government would also ask Kejriwal, deputy CM Manish Sisodia and other Aam Aadmi Party leaders to share the source through which they learnt the victim was stabbed 32 times.
Police will also send a notice to radio and TV channels, asking them to edit out the misleading content from the advertisements.
“So far, radio and TV channels have been told informally to take down the misleading content in the ads. A formal notice will follow if the objectionable content is not edited out. A violation of this notice could result in legal action,” a police official told Hindustan Times
“Since the advertisements claims are far from reality, and could affect the way the public perceives the Delhi Police, it is our legal right to get it removed,” the officer added.