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28 Uttar Pradesh cops booked for staged gunfight

Tuesday April 12, 2011 09:36:19 PM, IANS

Sant Ravidas Nagar (Uttar Pradesh): A criminal case has been registered in this Uttar Pradesh district here against 28 policemen for killing a criminal in a staged gun battle in 2005, officials said Tuesday.

The case was registered Monday at the Gyanpur police station by the CB-CID (Crime Branch-Criminal Investigation Department) officialsof the state probing the case.

"Vijay alias Lalau alias Buddhsen, a native of Madhya Pradesh, who carried a reward of Rs.5,000 on his head was killed by a police team here near Badwapur canal March 29, 2005. But the CB-CID in its probe found that the encounter was stage-managed and not a real one," police inspector Namwar Singh told reporters in Sant Ravidas Nagar, some 250 km from Lucknow.

"The 28 policemen booked in the case include five station house officers (SHOs). Of the five, one has retired. The policemen booked in the case are now posted in various districts of Uttar Pradesh, including Sonbhadra, Ballia, Lucknow and Mirzapur," he added.

According to police, Vijay's wife Pinki raised suspicion over the killing, and filed a complaint with the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), which thereafter directed the CB-CID to probe the case.


 



 

 

 

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