On Thursday, the Supreme Court ordered the CBI’s investigation officer to appear before the court in Unnao case by 12 o’clock.
Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi has also sought a full report on the investigation of the case.
The Supreme Court has said that he can transfer this case even outside Uttar Pradesh.
CJI has told the CBI that if the agency does not want to make the inquiry report public, then the case can also be heard in a closed room.
Meanwhile, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told CJI that he has talked to the CBI Director who is investigating the case in Lucknow.
The director says that the investigation is going on in Lucknow, so the record is there. Here, the inquiry officers cannot reach Delhi by 12 o’clock. Mehta appealed the case to be held till Friday, however, CJI denied it.
CJI questioned Why Was There Delay in the letter Reaching the court
Earlier on Wednesday, the Supreme Court took cognizance with an unnatural car accident of girl’s car accident in Unnao. Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi’s Bench asked for an answer from the Supreme Court registry only if he did not get the letter of the victim girl. Gogoi had said – “Supreme court registry answer why this happened?” The office report prepared by Assistant Registrar of the Supreme Court has revealed that this matter had already come to the Supreme Court.
They should take the Actions on Those Who Threatened Us: The victim
On July 12th, in a letter written to CJI Gogoi, the victim and her mother pleaded for protection.
The victim wrote – they should take action on those who threaten him. People come home and threaten us to withdraw the case.
They said that if we do not do so, he will be locked up in jail for life.
20 days after the threat of Kuldeep Singh’s brother, the victim and her family became victims of a road accident on Sunday.
The victim’s lawyer had expressed her fear of murder
The victim’s lawyer, Mahendra Singh, wrote the letter to Unnao DM on July 15. In that, he had said that in future they may kill me, so they should get me a gun license soon.
The victim’s mother has gone to appeal for a case transfer.
On April 16, the victim’s mother had petitioned that they transfer the case out of Uttar Pradesh.
Because, the police is not doing proper investigation there.
On this, the Supreme Court had issued a notice to 15 parties, including the CBI, seeking the response.
However, these notices remained in the Registry for 2 months 12 days. Later, the notice was sent by post on June 28.
They registered this case on July 26 in the Registrar’s Court. But, no party including the CBI has not filed the answers so far.
The family filed 33 complaints; which the police rejected.
SP says – will check again
The victim’s family had complained about 35 times in a year. On this, SP MP Verma of Unnao said that ‘Police have received 35 complaints and 33 complaints. The facts were not found in them, so rejected. But, now we will check again.
10 MLAs, including BJP legislator, son-in-law of the minister
Earlier registered a case against 10 nominations and 20 unknowns, including BJP MLA Kuldeep Sengar on Wednesday in connection with the victim being hit by a car.
The accused include Nawabganj’s block chief Arun Singh. He is the son-in-law of the minister, Ravindra Pratap Singh in UP. It is being said that he is close to Sengar.