Multicrore raid in Gurgaon: Suspended IPS officer requests case transfer
Suspended IPS officer Dheeraj Setia, charged in a multi-crore theft case in Gurgaon, filed a motion with the District and Session Judge to request the transfer of the case from the Court of Auxiliary Session Judge Jasbir Singh. Setia had requested anticipated bail on Friday.
Speaking at the bail application hearing, ASJ Singh said in an order Monday: “The defendant’s learned counsel has indicated that the application for a transfer of the case has been lodged with the Judge of the Court of Learned Sessions. gurugram. Given the pending nature of the surrender request, therefore, a file should be filed with the court of the Learned Session Judge, Gurugram, to consider whether it is desirable to withdraw this request for bail from that court.”
‘Only the rich can work from home’: Covid disruptions push daily bets to the brink at Gurgaon’s Labor Chowk
“I fear another lockdown, but I don’t have enough money to go back to my village,” said Raj Kumar, a migrant worker, who held a five-foot cleaning tool as he stood at the intersection, colloquially known as the laboratory Chowk near Gurgaon’s Bristol Hotel on Tuesday morning. He, along with dozens of others, was hoping to find work for the day at a construction site.