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January 6, 1981, Forty Years Ago: Baghpat Inquiry

Ten personnel of the Baghpat police station have been suspended pending the completion of investigation by the CID and submission of the chargesheet against them in light of the commission’s report.

By: Editorial | New Delhi | January 6, 2021 3:15:26 am
Baghpat Judicial Inquiry, Maya Tyagi, CID probe, Forty Years Ago, Indian express newsThe Uttar Pradesh cabinet discussed the broad findings of the commission headed by PN Roy.

The Baghpat Judicial Inquiry Committee has rejected the theory of encounter advanced by the police and held them responsible for the injuries suffered by Maya Tyagi in the June 18 incident last year. Ten personnel of the Baghpat police station have been suspended pending the completion of investigation by the CID and submission of the chargesheet against them in light of the commission’s report. The Uttar Pradesh cabinet discussed the broad findings of the commission headed by PN Roy. It directed the CID to complete its investigation and ordered the Inspector General of Police to take action against the indicted policemen.

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