Supreme Court rejects petitions to reconstitute panel probing Dubey’s encounter


Tribune News Service

New Delhi, July 28

The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to take away former Allahabad High Court choose Shashi Kant Agarwal and former UP Police chief KL Gupta from the three-member inquiry fee set as much as probe the encounter of gangster Vikas Dubey and his alleged associates.

Dismissing two pleas of Ghanshyam Upadhyay and Anoop Prakash Awasthi, a Bench headed by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde stated it gained’t enable the petitioners to forged aspersion on the panel members.

It additionally refused to entertain a plea in search of safety for a police officer suspended and arrested for allegedly giving a tip-off to Dubey and his aides concerning the raid throughout which eight policemen, together with a DSP, had been killed.

It requested the spouse of the suspended police officer, KK Sharma, to maneuver the Allahabad High Court.

Headed by former Supreme Court choose BS Chauhan, the three-member inquiry fee has been requested to probe the killing of eight policemen and the next encounters of Dubey and 5 of his alleged associates.

After perusing media experiences pertaining to interviews by Gupta, the Bench stated the inquiry wouldn’t be vitiated as there have been former judges of the Supreme Court and High Court on the panel.



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