New Delhi, July 13
The spouse of a police officer who was killed in a conflict with the squatters at Jawahar Bagh in Mathura in 2016 has moved the Supreme Court looking for instructions to the Central Bureau of Investigation to represent a group to analyze the incident inside two months.
More than 20 individuals, together with two police officers, had been killed throughout a drive to evict squatters at Jawahar Bagh.
The plea filed by Archana Dwivedi, spouse of Superintendent Police (metropolis) Mukul Dwivedi, who was killed throughout clashes in Mathura on June 2, 2016, stated that on March 2, 2017, the Allahabad High Court directed CBI to represent two groups to finish the investigation inside two months however 40 months have handed and but the “powerful politicians and top officials of the state” haven’t been interrogated.
The Uttar Pradesh authorities had, in January 2014, granted permission to Ram Vriksha Yadav’s organisation Azad Bharat Vidhik Vaicharik to carry an indication on the floor for 2 days.
However, members of the organisation, which claims allegiance to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, went on to occupy the sprawling public park for greater than two years.
Following a excessive court docket order, the squatters had been evicted from the park amid large-scale violence.
The plea, filed via advocate Ashwani Kumar Dubey, has sought instructions to CBI to represent a group comprising of sufficient variety of officers to analyze the incident dated June 2, 2016, inside two months, wherein Dwivedi together with SHO Farah, Santosh Yadav and others had been killed.
“No punitive action has been taken against the then DM and SSP Mathura who intentionally asked petitioner’s husband to take action to vacate the park with unarmed policemen.”
“Petitioner finds a larger conspiracy and believes that truth will remain buried unless the Court passes appropriate orders in this matter. There appears to be a huge pressure on CBI to protect delinquent politicians and top officers,” the plea stated.
It has additionally sought instructions to the UP authorities to present entry to all related information obtainable so as to allow the CBI to undertake an in-depth investigation and determine individuals chargeable for dereliction of responsibility and stalling motion by the Mathura district administration.
The petition alleged that Yadav and his associates had political and bureaucratic patronage and there’s bleak probability of a good and full investigation.
“Petitioner’s husband was under tremendous pressure due to political-cult nexus and higher authorities. He was not eating properly in the last few days before he was brutally killed. On one hand, he was given the responsibility of vacating Jawahar Bagh and on the other, senior officers prevented him from taking strict action.”
“Under mysterious circumstances, he was ordered to get the boundary wall of Jawahar Bagh broken a day prior to the scheduled operation. He was accompanied by only a few newly-recruited policemen, armed with only lathis. The senior officers did not permit firearms due to which his armed gunmen, escort party, and even his service revolver was not with him. This is very suggestive of a larger criminal conspiracy,” the plea stated.
The spouse of slain officer alleged that no punitive motion or suspension has been taken in opposition to the upper authorities accountable for this gigantic violence and even after 40 months, CBI has not examined the decision particulars of Yadav and his associates until date.
“It seems that forensic investigations, resembling DNA checks, weren’t carried out, so it’s unclear whether or not the primary accused Ram Briksh Yadav is lifeless or alive. Neither his nor his shut affiliate’s telephone name particulars had been examined.
“There are more than two dozen cases against Ram Briksh Yadav in Mathura only and many other cases are pending in other districts throughout the State. There were more than 80 intelligence reports against the criminals but police was not permitted to take appropriate steps to vacate the park,” it stated. PTI