Bulandshahr case: Supreme Court asks CBI to issue notice to Azam Khan


The Supreme Court on Tuesday dissociated Uttar Pradesh government from the dubious remarks made by senior Minister Azam Khan in the outcome of Bulandshahr group assault. The zenith court liked to arrange the CBI to specifically serve Mr. Khan a notification for appearance instead of course it through the State.

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A Bench drove by Justice Dipak Misra contemplated that whatever Mr. Khan supposedly said on the episode was in his "own ability."

Mr. Khan had portrayed the group assault as a "political trick" against his decision Samajwadi Party.

The court's perceptions came while choosing the following course on understanding that there was no lawful representation from Mr. Khan's side amid the hearing.

The Bench said there was an immediate assertion against Mr. Khan and he ought to be independently spoken to as a gathering in court.

The court couldn't help contradicting the accommodation of Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh, showing up for the CBI, that a notification could be served through the U.P. government as Mr. Khan was a piece of the State Cabinet.

In a hearing on September 8, the Supreme Court lifted its keep focused test into the case concerning the ambush and assault of a lady and her teenaged little girl in Uttar Pradesh's Bulandshahr region.

The Bench had likewise consented to investigate the damaged family's supplication to exchange the trial outside Uttar Pradesh in the light of Mr. Khan's questionable explanation portraying the episode as a "political scheme."

The court would consider whether the State, of which Mr. Khan is a high functionary, can permit itself these remarks which conceivably make doubt in the brains of the casualties as respects the reasonable examination concerning the case.

The case has been planned for hearing on October 25.

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