Unnao rape case: CBI asks govt to take action against Former Unnao DM, 3 cops

Unnao: The CBI has kept in touch with the Uttar Pradesh government, suggesting fitting activity against a previous Unnao area judge and three cops for supposedly neglecting to hold up a FIR in 2017 after a protest of assault against former BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar. 

Despite the fact that the letter was sent in the second seven day stretch of August, no answer has been gotten at this point, as per a CBI official. 

The rape took place in June 2017, yet the police lodged a FIR just on April 12, 2018, four days after the complainant endeavoured suicide close to the Chief Minister’s home in Lucknow. A year ago, a court in Delhi condemned Sengar to life in jail. 

Aside from that point District Magistrate Aditi Singh, and Superintendents of Police (SPs) Pushpanjali Devi and Neha Pandey, the focal organization has suggested activity against then Additional SP Ashtabhuja Prasad Singh. 

Aditi Singh, a 2009-clump IAS official, is the District Magistrate of Hapur at present. Pushpanjali Devi, a 2006-cluster IPS official, was posted as DIG (Railways) on Tuesday, and Neha Pandey, a 2009-bunch IPS official, is on central deputation in the Intelligence Bureau. Devi was presented on Unnao after Pandey was shunted out in October 2017. 

Ashtabhuja Prasad Singh, who has now been elevated to IPS framework, is the commandant of 12 Battalion of the Provincial Armed Constabulary in Fatehpur at present. 

Sources said the focal office had sent a letter to the state in February, yet without unveiling the authorities’ names. Accordingly, the government tried to know the names. The CBI followed the solicitation, and wrote back to the government a month ago. 

The argument against Sengar goes back to June 4, 2017, when the casualty was 17 years of age. The four-time MLA from Bangermau in Unnao was blamed for assaulting her. The young lady’s family recorded an objection, yet no authority observed it. After the young lady’s dad raised the issue, he was supposedly surrounded in a bogus unlawful arms case on April 3, 2018. After five days, the complainant endeavoured suicide in Lucknow and the next day her dad kicked the bucket in legal care in Unnao prison, surrendering to wounds continued in a supposed attack by Sengar’s supporters. 

On April 12, police booked the previous MLA. On the bearings of the Allahabad High Court, the investigation was moved to the CBI.

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