"We are not inclined, at this stage, to direct initiation of any inquiry proceedings by the CBI. However, in relation to the instances falling within the jurisdiction of this Court, we permit the petitioner to place his grievances before the Commissioner of Police, who shall examine the same and respond to the same to the petitioner", read the notice.
"Satyakam is present and he states that he could appear for Delhi Police and he accepts notice. Status report be filed in relation to the alleged incidents committed within the jurisdiction of this Court within a week", read the notice.
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