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Jat violence: 'Did you take nod to prolong trial?'


CHANDIGARH: The Punjab and Haryana top court has requested the special CBI court Panchkula to explain if it has sought the Supreme Court’s permission to increase the time limit to finish trial in the case associated with assault on Haryana finance minister Captain Abhimanyu’s space right through 2016 Jat agitation.

HC has sought this explanation after Dilawar Singh, one of the vital main accused in case of assault on Abhimanyu's space, seemed ahead of it in quest of bail at the grounds that the trial court has failed to fulfill the deadline set by SC to finish the trial. “The CBI Court at Panchkula is directed to report newest status record of the trial explaining therein as as to whether any application for extension of time was once moved ahead of apex court or now not,” the HC has noticed in its fresh orders.

The matter would now be heard on Tuesday.

In his plea in quest of bail, Dilawar has been arguing that as in step with the order dated May 1, 2018, handed by the SC, the CBI was once directed to finish the investigation within a duration of 2 months so that you could start the trial newest by July 10, 2018 and to conclude it by the end of 2018.

He contended that investigation in the case has been finished and challan has additionally been introduced but trial was once now not in progress. Seeking directions to unencumber him on bail, Dilawar has additionally submitted that he was once in custody for the past round three years.


During February 2016 Jat violence, several persons had attacked and set on fire the ancestral space of Captain Abhimanyu and attempted to burn the entire family members living there. However, they were saved by some family members and different persons provide there.


The rowdy crowd of agitators smashed, destructed and looted all the space and the articles worth crores of rupees mendacity there, together with money, jewelry. Initially, the case was once registered at Rohtak police station but later it was once passed over to CBI.


In its chargesheet submitted by the CBI in July last 12 months, the company has found that Dilawar Singh, a veteran of Indian Air Force, additionally performed a significant role in the assault on minister’s space. As in step with the record, Dilawar led the agitators to the home after firing incident at Delhi bypass chowk on February 19, 2016, at 2.30pm. His images and video photos showing him at the position of occurrence and his cellular location were submitted as proof.




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