The petitioner had contended that he had been languishing in jail for seven months and that he had no role in the incident. An FIR was registered on August 23, 2017 against nine persons in connection with the incident at the BRD Medical College.
Unnao rape case: The Allahabad high court also questioned the conduct of the police in the case, saying whom will a victim approach to register a complaint.
It asked what measures were being taken to check protesters, who try to hold the general public to ransom, if any such protests take place
The apex court had earlier directed the parties to arrive at a consensus upon where the mosque should be constructed. The Waqf Board had challenged the November 8, 2017, order of the high court which gave it three months to move out of the premises.
On October 1 and 2, communal riots broke out in Sikadarpur town leading to arson and loot of various business establishments. Two persons were injured in the incident, while two others were arrested.
The DM had passed the order transferring the land to Nagar Palika Parishad, Gulawati on August 8, 2017
Opposing the petition, Additional Advocate General (AAG) Manish Goyal submitted that while passing the order of cognisance, the magistrate was required to obtain prior approval of state government, but the same was not done.
“There are 1,500 such prisoners serving years and years of incarceration despite being liable for a premature release if the state frames a policy. UP has not made any (policy) despite repeated court orders.”
“It must be remembered that a person does not acquire or suffer disability by choice. An employee, who acquires disability during his service, is sought to be protected.”
Aarushi-Hemraj case: The Allahabad High Court said circumstantial evidence against the Talwars was inconclusive and their guilt could not be sufficiently established
Aarushi-Hemraj case: Talwars will be released once the official communication reaches us and formalities are completed, said Dasna Jail officials.
Soon after news of the Aarushi murder case verdict reached social media, there seemed to be a collective sigh of relief as the general mood was in support of the Talwars.
Aarushi Talwar murder case verdict highlights: Allahabad High Court on Thursday acquitted Rajesh and Nupur Talwar in the double murder case of their 14-year-old daughter, Aarushi Talwar and domestic help Hemraj.
This comes weeks after more than 60 children died at the hospital in a span of five days allegedly due to lack of liquid oxygen. The government has maintained that the children died due to medical causes, including Japanese Encephalitis.
Several PILs have been filed in the high court by lawyers and social activists demanding a judicial probe and stern action against those responsible for the tragedy. The court has clubbed them all together.