The Jammu and Kashmir Police’s wrongdoing branch will present its supplementary charge sheet this week prior to the Pathankot court, which is hearing the grim instance of assault and-murder of an eight-year-old young lady in Kathua this January, authorities said here today.
The charge sheet would be presented for this present week in which advance examination completed by wrongdoing branch faculty would be displayed in the court against the eight individuals captured for purportedly perpetrating the appalling wrongdoing, they said.
Prior this month, the wrongdoing branch had educated the Supreme Court that they would present a supplementary charge sheet for the situation. The summit court had allowed them two months to record it.
A seat containing Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and Justices D Y Chandrachud and Indu Malhotra had on July 9 issued a nitty gritty request requesting that the wrongdoing branch document the supplementary charge sheet inside two months subsequent to acquiring due authorizations.
The new supplementary charge sheet is probably going to feature different edges of the intrigue that was brought forth by the denounced individuals, who are at show in locale prison of Gurdaspur in Punjab.
The wrongdoing branch has captured Sanji Ram, his child Vishal and his adolescent nephew, two unique cops Deepak Khajuria pseudonym ‘Dipu’ and Surender Verma and companion Parvesh Kumar nom de plume Mannu.
It additionally names head constable Tilak Raj and sub-controller Anand Dutta, who professedly took Rs 4 lakh from Sanji Ram and obliterated pivotal confirmation. Both Raj and Dutta have since been expelled from the police administrations.
The region and sessions court in Pathankot surrounded charges of assault and murder against the seven blamed for the situation on June 8.
Sanji Ram, thought about the primary denounced, is affirmed to have brought forth the intrigue with the other blamed for hijacking the young lady as a feature of a technique to expel the minority roaming network from the zone.
The destiny of the eighth blamed, an adolescent, was up in the air after the wrongdoing branch of the Jammu and Kashmir Police moved an application in the high court guaranteeing him to be a grown-up.