Delhi-NCR weather forecast, Delhi News Highlights: The Delhi Police Monday said they will question Aam Aadmi Party’s Rajendra Pal Gautam in connection with the event at Delhi’s Ambedkar Bhavan, where 10,000 people converted to Buddhism. A senior police officer told The Indian Express, “We received a complaint and have asked Gautam to join the probe. We have issued a notice asking him and others to appear on Tuesday. We want to question him about the allegations, his presence at the event, and check videos.” Gautam resigned as Delhi’s cabinet minister on Sunday after a video emerged of him at an event where 10,000 people converted to Buddhism. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Monday approved Gautam’s resignation.
In other news, the first list of undergraduate seats allocated through Delhi University’s new admission system will be released on October 18, the university said on Monday. The university has also extended the deadline for UG admission registrations till October 12, DU registrar Vikas Gupta said on Monday.
In a separate development, Delhi police on Monday registered an FIR against the organisers of the VHP’s Virat Hindu Sabha event under IPC section 188 for not taking permission from the police. DCP (Shahdara) R. Sathiyasundaram confirmed that the Police have registered an FIR and will take action against the organisers. The meeting of the Hindu groups in North East Delhi’s Dilshad Garden on Sunday was under the police scanner over alleged hate speeches made there, officers said.