Executive Director of Human Rights Alert (HRA) Manipur, said the document revealed the proceedings of “honour and awards board” comprising of high level officers of the Indian Army who scrutinised the recommendations for gallantry awards.
While the Gujarat police had filed an FIR which claimed that Sohrabuddin was killed in an encounter, the CBI in its chargesheet had claimed that evidence including this forensic report shows that the encounter was ‘staged’, due to irregularities including the items found on him, without the blood stains.
The man, who appeared before the court as a prosecution witness, claimed that when he was attending a court hearing in Ahmedabad in 2010, his co-accused, Azam Khan, introduced him to a CBI officer, identified as Dagar.
Asked about Prajapati’s background as a criminal, the witness told the court that he had found out while interrogating Prajapati in 2005 that he had committed serious crimes, including firing at a person in the presence of policemen.
Army’s Northern Command on Monday confirmed the life sentences of six army personnel, including two army officers in the 2010 Machil fake encounter case. Army’s Northern Command on Monday confirmed the life sentences of six army personnel, including two army officers in the 2010 Machil fake encounter case. “Col Dinesh Pathania, Captain Opendra, Havaldar Devender […]