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Court rejects cop clean chit to Mulayam Singh

LUCKNOW: The court docket of chief judicial Justice of the Peace (CJM) has rejected the final record of UP police that gave a clean chit to former chief minister Mulayam Singh Yadav in the IPS officer Amitabh Thakur danger case. The court docket directed Thakur to provide his witness on February 12 and then, it is going to make a decision on the case.

Chief judicial Justice of the Peace Anand Prakash Singh gave those orders after going during the closure record submitted by means of police and objections filed by means of Thakur.

The CJM said Thakur stands by means of his statements and has presented evidence in fortify of his allegations. The former CM has additionally approved he had spoken to him. As a result, the police record stands rejected. Thakur lodged a case in opposition to Mulayam on July 10, 2015, accusing him of threatening him on telephone with dire penalties in reference to a graft case lodged by means of his wife Nutan in opposition to Gayatri Prasad Parajapati, a minister in the then SP regime.

The FIR used to be lodged on instructions of court docket and Thakur additionally produced a voice clipping as evidence. However, in its final record in October 2015, police gave a clean chit to Mulayam, which used to be rejected by means of court docket with a directive to probe the case afresh by means of matching the audio clip with Mulayam’s voice pattern.

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The final record for the second one time used to be submitted by means of police on October 12, 2018, during which police again gave a clean chit to Mulayam. In the record, deputy SP Anil Yadav said he visited the SP patriarch on July 26, 2018, for a voice pattern.

He said Mulayam admitted it used to be his voice in the audio clip and he recommended Thakur like an elder with out a purpose of danger.SP Anil Yadav gave clean chit to Mulayam in the final record and recommended action in opposition to Thakur for “distorting information to earn reasonable publicity”. Thakur challenged this record, declaring police favoured Mulayam because of his political clout even after affirmation that a telephone call used to be made by means of him.

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