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PIL In SC Seeks Registration of Offences Under IPC, 1860 And SC/ST Act, 1989 Against UP Govt. Officials in Hathras Case

Lawstreet Journal 15 Oct 2020 4:28am

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In relation to the unfortunate Hathras Case, one more PIL has been presented in the Supreme Court. It has been filed by activist Chetan Janardhan Kamble through advocate Vipin Nair seeking issuance of directions to register offences under section 166-A, 193, 201, 202, 203, 212, 217, 153-A and 339 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 and offences under section 3(2) and 4 of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 against the government officials including some police officials and the medical staff of J.M. Medical College, AMU, Aligarh and Bangala Joint District Hospital, Hathras, government officials and representatives of the people who were involved in the destruction of evidence.

The plea filed in the Supreme Court states “The facts clearly indicate the involvement and complicity of certain UP State police and officials of the State Government machinery in manipulation and destruction of evidence and shielding the accused in respect of the subject crime.”

It also states that the petitioner prefers the criminal writ petition which is a PIL after some evident facts were revealed regarding the State support for manipulating and destroying evidence in the Hathras gang rape and murder case, from the affidavit filed by the State of UP titled as “Satyam Dubey and Others V. Union of India and Others.”

The girl’s undergarments were bloodstained and clothes were torn which showed a possibility of sexual assault and due to these facts, an immediate medico-legal examination should have been conducted but they were not and the sample of… Continue Reading...


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