Urdu and Persian words will not be written in FIR and charge sheet

Delhi Police Commissioner issues circular to remove 383 Urdu or Persian words
New Delhi.
Delhi Police will now remove Urdu words from being written in FIRs and chargesheets. In their place, easily understandable Hindi and English words will be used. Delhi Police Commissioner has issued a circular to remove difficult Urdu and Persian words and use easy Hindi and English words.
While making FIRs and charge sheets, Delhi Police uses such words of Urdu and Persian which are used in colloquial language. A public interest litigation was filed in the High Court in 2018, on which the court ordered on 7 August 2019 that the FIR should be registered in the words of the complainant.
Issuing instructions, Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora has sent a list of 383 Urdu or Persian words, which will now be replaced by easy and common Hindi and English words. According to the order, action can also be taken against the concerned officer if the instruction is violated.

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these words will also be deleted
Urdu word-Hindi word-English word
Adam – Untraceable – Untrace
Criminal – Criminal – Culprit
Person whose identity has not been identified – Unidentified
Manind- Bala Upar-As above
Afsran – Senior Officers

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