Metropolitan Magistrate Akash Jain was not satisfied with the one-page action taken report filed by police in which it sought some more time for conducting enquiry on the plea. (Agencies)
The court fixed the matter for December 10 and asked the police to file a detailed ATR on the criminal complaint filed by Delhi resident, Rumal Singh, who alleged that he was part of the India Against Corruption (IAC) movement headed by Anna and his other core members.
The ATR, filed by the Parliament Street Police, said that the complainant and others had purchased the Anna cards "voluntarily" and nobody has been "induced" by IAC and its team leaders.
"It is further submitted that the complainant and other volunteers of the movement have purchased voluntarily Anna Cards. Nobody has been induced by the IAC and its team leaders," it said.
The ATR also said the IAC started selling these SMS cards from last week of February last year in the World Book Fair at Pragati Maidan.
"On initial enquiry, it came into notice that the offence took place i.e. World Book Fair, Pragati Maidan...falls in the jurisdiction of PS Tilak Marg...the complaint of Rumal Singh has been transferred to PS Tilak Marg, New Delhi for necessary enquiry on October 21, 2013.
"It is further submitted that complaint has been received back on November 28, 2013 at PS Parliament Street after taking statement of the complainant. It is therefore requested that some more time may please by given for conducting enquiry and finding out actual facts of complaint mentioned by complainant," the ATR said.
Metropolitan Magistrate Akash Jain was not satisfied with the one-page action taken report filed by police in which it sought some more time for conducting enquiry on the plea.