Updated: October 10, 2020 3:11:48 am
A CASE was registered on Thursday towards a serving deputy superintendent of police (DySP) and 5 others, together with three constables, in Jalaun district of Uttar Pradesh for allegedly framing a person in a false case beneath Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act at Rampura police station in 2000. Two extra, each residents of Jalaun, have additionally been booked for allegedly conniving with the police in framing the person.
The transfer comes on the idea of an inquiry report submitted not too long ago by the UP Police’s Crime Branch-Criminal Investigation Department (CB-CID).
DySP Shailendra Singh, now posted on the CB-CID headquarters in Lucknow, was station officer of Rampura police station in 2000. The three police constables named within the FIR have been then posted on the similar police station.
No motion has been taken towards any of the accused until date. Superintendent of Police (SP), Jalaun, Yesh Veer Singh mentioned that on the idea of the inquiry report, CB-CID has now obtained an FIR registered towards six individuals, together with 4 policemen. Accordingly, an investigation was beneath means and efforts have been on to hint Mukesh Kumar, who hails from Auraiya and was allegedly falsely booked within the NDPS case.
The different accused have been recognized as constables Tilak Singh, Brijesh Kumar, Brijeshwar Dayal and two personal people: Ram Karan and Arun Kumar. The whereabouts of the constables are but to be ascertained, police sources mentioned.
The case towards Shailendra Singh and 5 others was registered beneath IPC part 342 (wrongful confinement), 471 (utilizing as real a cast doc), 218 (public servant framing incorrect file or writing with intent to save lots of particular person from punishment or property from forfeiture) and 167 (Public servant framing an incorrect doc with intent to trigger harm), mentioned Station House Officer, Rampura police station (Jalaun), Sanjay Kumar Mishra. Police additionally invoked NDPS Act towards the accused.
In its inquiry, the CB-CID has discovered that police booked Mukesh Kumar in a false case on the behest of personal people, mentioned a police officer.
According to the Jalaun police, as per data on March 31, 2000, the police arrested Mukesh Kumar and claimed to have recovered 300 gm charas from his possession. Mukesh is a resident of Ajeetmal space in Auraiya district. The police booked Mukesh beneath the NDPS Act and a Jalaun courtroom later despatched him to judicial custody. A number of months later, Mukesh was granted bail within the case. A closure report within the NDPS case was then filed by the police in courtroom, mentioned SP Yesh Veer Singh.
After his launch, Mukesh Kumar filed a criticism with the state authorities claiming that he was falsely implicated within the case by the police. Mukesh additionally alleged that as a consequence, his profession was ruined. The state authorities directed the CB-CID to conduct an inquiry.
After acquiring permission from the state authorities on October 5 this 12 months, the CB-CID obtained the FIR registered. The criticism within the case is inspector Yogendra Nath of CB-CID.
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