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Tuesday, June 07, 2016

SC Dismisses Plea For CBI Probe In Mathura Violence

By on Tuesday, June 07, 2016

The Supreme Court on Tuesday has dismissed a writ petition plea filed seeking CBI probe in Mathura violence. Supreme Court said that the matter still pending High Court Allahabad.
The Supreme Court has clarified that the matter is in the preview of High Court allahabad so now we can do nothing. Court said the matter is being investigated by the State Government.
The Central Government cannot commence CBI inquiry in this case. Supreme Court has held that the petitioner can file an application in High Court.
The Apex Court hearing the petitioner asked, '' Is the Government of Uttar Pradesh doing  laxity in probe?  Is there any evidence?"
Until any evidence of related laxity by the state government inquiry, we will not interfere in this case. The State Government has set-up an inquiry in this case and in such situation the centre can't enforce CBI inquiry.
The writ petition that filed has given example of killed DSP zia-ul-Haque and Akhlaq whose next Kins were given a compensation of a tidy sum; but the compensation of murdered policemen' kins granted a meager amount in this case. The Petitioner is seeking an identical Policy of Compensation. 
The BJP leader Ashwini Upadhyay had filed a writ petition in apex court seeking CBI inquiry in Mathura violence. 29 people including two police officers were killed in this incident and the public assets at large scale was damaged. The writ petition accused that Ram Vraksh Yadav, leader of Swadheen Bharat Vidhik Satyagrah and disciple of Jai Gurudev, was running a parallel government with collusion of powerful men in state government.
According to the writ petition, the local residents had professed that Yadav was very close to the state ministers; consequently the local administration had no interest to take any action against him.
The petition has mentioned that the CBI inquiry in this case vested an evident base to assign. The petition is seeking an identical policy of ex-gratia grant to be prepared by the union government in addition to the CBI inquiry.

The incident took place in Mathura on 2nd june last week when the police had reached to remove the encroachment on compliance of high court order in Jawahar bagh. The members of Swadheen Bharat Vidhik Satyagrah had occupied the land of Bagh

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