Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 19
The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected a petition in search of to disband Justice BS Chauhan Commission of Inquiry set as much as examine the killing of gangster Vikas Dubey by the Uttar Pradesh Police in an encounter final month.
A Bench led by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde dismissed the petition of advocate Ghanshyam Upadhyay who had expressed fears of bias within the inquiry.
There was no benefit on this petition, stated the Bench whereas offering for “certain safeguards” with which the inquiry needs to be carried out.
Appointed by Uttar Pradesh Government and authorized by the Supreme Court, the inquiry panel is remitted to look into the encounter killing of gangster Vikas Dubey on July 10.
The commission—which has Justice (rtd) SK Agarwal and former Uttar Pradesh police chief KL Gupta as members—was requested to submit its report in two months.
The courtroom had earlier famous bias can’t be assumed merely as a result of Justice Chauhan’s relations are political leaders related to the social gathering in energy.
The petitioners had alleged that Gupta made statements prejudicial to the inquiry.