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VIDEO | Verbal spat between Delhi lawyers, ANI woman journalist after CM Kejriwal reaches St Stephen's Hospital

According To ANI, The Lawyers Also Pushed And Shoved The Woman Journalist, Aiman, When She Asked Kejriwal Questions Related To Other Issues, And Not On The Scuffle.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Aniruddha Dhar | Updated on: 03 Nov 2019, 08:43:31 PM
VIDEO | Delhi lawyers allegedly push, shove ANI woman journalist after CM Kejriwal reaches at St Stephen's Hospital

New Delhi:

A verbal spat broke out allegedly between lawyers in Delhi and a journalist of news agency after Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal reached the St Stephen's Hospital where lawyers who were injured in Saturday’s clash with the police at Tis Hazari Court are admitted.

According to ANI, the lawyers also pushed and shoved the woman journalist, Aiman, when she asked Kejriwal questions related to other issues, and not on the scuffle.

On Saturday, another ANI journalist, Brajendra Nath Singh, was hit by lawyers at Tis Hazari Court while he was covering the scuffle between lawyers and the Delhi Police personnel.

According to reports, journalists present in the court were being stopped by lawyers from covering the incident and their mobile phones were being snatched.

"A police vehicle hit the vehicle of a lawyer while he was coming to the court. When the lawyer confronted them, he was ridiculed by cops and even thrashed him. People saw this and called the police," said Jai Biswal, an office-bearer of Tis Hazari Bar Association.

"SHO and local police came there but were not allowed to go inside. We informed the High Court. A team was sent there along with six judges but even they were not allowed to go inside the court premises. When they were leaving, cops fired bullets," alleged Biswal.

Some lawyers were also injured in the scuffle with the police. They have been admitted to St Stephen's Hospital.

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First Published : 03 Nov 2019, 07:43:26 PM