GRP constable murder case: The punishment of seven convicts including former MP Umakant Yadav in the 27-year-old case will be decided today

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GRP constable murder case: The punishment of seven convicts including former MP Umakant Yadav in the 27-year-old case will be decided today

The court will sentence seven convicts, including former MP Umakant Yadav, in the GRP constable murder case today. During the arguments in the trial, the counsel for CBCID had demanded capital punishment to the accused as maximum punishment. Let us tell you that on 4 February 1995, the constable was killed at Shahganj GRP post. 

On August 8, Additional Sessions Judge III (MP/MLA Court) Sharad Kumar Tripathi will decide the punishment against seven people, including former MP of Machhlishahr Umakant Yadav, who were convicted in the GRP constable massacre at Shahganj station in Jaunpur on February 4, 1995. 

 
 During the arguments in the trial, the counsel for CBCID had demanded capital punishment to the accused as maximum punishment. CBCID, former MP and resident of Sarawan under Didarganj police station in Azamgarh district, Umakant Yadav, his car driver Rajkumar Yadav resident Kharsahan Khurd police station Didarganj, Azamgarh, Dharmaraj Yadav resident Safipur police station Khetasarai, Mahendra Prasad Verma resident of Ishwarpur alias Salharipur police station Khutahan, Subedar Yadav A charge sheet was filed against Umakant Yadav’s gunner Bacchu Lal district Chandauli, besides resident Karanjakala police station Saraikhwaja, Sabhajit Pal resident of Bansdeo Patti police station Madiyahun. 
 
 It is alleged that all of them had killed constable Ajay Singh on 4 February 1995 by firing at the GRP post. Apart from this, constable Lallan Singh, Nirmal Watson, Bharat Lal were shot and injured. The prince was rescued from police custody. The allegations were found to be true in the investigation of CBCID. The first date in this case fell on 19 February 1996. The matter was being monitored by CBCID. 

The High Court had already directed for speedy disposal of the matter. Even during the arguments, the public prosecutor of CBCID had said that the dead and injured persons would get justice if the culprits were punished severely. Meanwhile, the letter was sent there due to the formation of the MP MLA Court in Prayagraj, but later on the directions of the High Court, MP MLA Courts were constituted here and in other districts and the hearing is currently going on in the court of Additional Sessions Judge III. 

So far 598 dates have been lying. During this 19 witnesses were examined. Policeman Lallan Singh, the injured witness of the incident, was declared a traitor. Policemen Raghunath Singh and Lalmani Singh had testified. The court has convicted seven accused, including former MP Umakant Yadav, after considering the arguments and evidence of both the sides.  

Case registered under these sections
Jaunpur. IPC section 147 rioting, section 148 rioting with deadly weapons, section 225 releasing accused prince from lawful custody, section 302 murder, section 307 attempt to murder, section 332 causing hurt to public servant, section 333 serious Injuring, destroying by firing at the doors of rooms of section 427 railway station, creating chaos by firing indiscriminately under section 7 of the Criminal Law Amendment Act, apart from this, the accused Rajkumar has been charged under sections 224 for escaping from lawful custody. Happened.

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