Your obligation to uphold rule of regulation: SC to UP on Dubey encounter


Tribune News Service

New Delhi, July 20

The Supreme Court at the moment mentioned it wished the probe into the encounter killing of gangster Vikas Dubey to be led by a retired decide of the highest court docket and requested the Uttar Pradesh Government to spell out its stand by Wednesday.

Why out on bail?

Wondering how a gangster with so many circumstances was launched on bail, the CJI mentioned, “This is a failure of the system that somebody who had so many crimes in his name was let out and he committed this crime (killing of eight cops).”

A Bench headed by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde mentioned in addition to a retired SC decide, a retired senior police officer must also be added to the inquiry ordered by the state authorities.

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, representing the UP Government, mentioned he would submit a draft notification to the Bench on July 22, the subsequent date of listening to, to allow it cross acceptable orders. The Bench mentioned it couldn’t spare a sitting prime court docket decide to develop into part of the inquiry panel.

During the listening to on petitions searching for a court-monitored SIT probe into the encounter killing of Dubey and his associates, the CJI mentioned, “You as the state have to uphold the rule of law. It is your duty to do so.”

The CJI additionally requested the Solicitor General to look into the statements made by the CM, Deputy CM, saying, “If they have made certain statements and then something has followed, you should look into it.” As a lawyer for one of many petitioners mentioned the court docket mustn’t enable UP Government to decide on members for the fee, the CJI mentioned, “Are you saying a former Supreme Court Judge and a former High Court Judge are state-sponsored?”



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