New Delhi: The Delhi Police by Friday afternoon is expected to submit its report to the Supreme Court reflecting an act of barbarism against Baba Ramdev and his supporters on the Ramlila Grounds.

According to police sources, a 25-page report has been drafted. The report mentions that the police had no intentions to forcibly evict Ramdev and his supporters from the grounds and has defended itself by saying that media has blown the entire issue out of proportion. The report has also raised a question mark on the role of media in the entire issue.

However, police in its report has agreed that in order to prevent people from creating a chaos, it had used eight tear gas bombs to control the situation.

The medico legal reports of people who were injured on the night of incident including their statements made it clear that they were not hurt in the police lathicharge which is also attached with the report, sources added.

In this context, top brass of Delhi police held several meetings till Wednesday midnight. Even on Thursday, Police Commissioner BK Gupta,CP, Law and Order Special Dharmendra Kumar, Joint Commissioner of Police Sudhir Yadav and northern range of the Crime Branch DCP Ashok Chand and many other senior officials held meeting to discuss the issue.

However, it is said that the Justice who took cognizance of the incident at the Ramlila ground issue earlier has been replaced and a new bench would hear the case on Friday.

Police is also expecting that as on June 20 two important cases, 2G spectrum case and Kanimozhi bail plea are to be heard, their case may be postponed for a new date. It is believed that before appearing in the court, Delhi police has completed its homework.

Ramdev and thousands of his supporters who were at Delhi's Ramlila ground were forcibly removed by police on June 4.

(JPN/ Bureau)