Hyderabad Encounter: The Supreme Court has constituted an inquiry commission ordering a fair investigation into the Hyderabad encounter. While hearing the case, a three-member inquiry commission headed by retired Supreme Court Justice VA S. Sirpurkar has been set up by a bench of Chief Justice SA Bobde, Justice S Abdul Nazir and Justice Sanjeev Khanna. The commission's office to investigate the encounter will be built in Hyderabad. Security will also be provided to all the members of this commission. The Supreme Court has said that this three-member commission of inquiry will have to submit its report in six months. The commission has been ordered to bear the entire expenses of the Telangana government.
Hearing the case, Chief Justice SA Bobde said that people have the right to know the reality of this encounter. Senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for the Telangana police, said, "We are not telling you guilty." Don't resist the investigation, but participate in it. '
Hyderabad Encounter: Everyone has the right to know the truth: Chief Justice During the hearing, the Chief Justice told Rohatgi, 'If you say that you are going to sue him (the policemen involved in the encounter) in the Criminal Court, then we have nothing to do. But, if you consider them innocent then people have the right to know the truth. What are the facts, we cannot speculate? A bench of Chief Justice SA Bobde, Justice S Abdul Nazeer and Justice Sanjiv Khanna said, "Our view is that there should be an independent investigation into the encounter." Let it be investigated. What do you mind?
Telangana police plea
At this, Mukul Rohatgi referred to the investigation of such old cases. He said, "In the past, the court-appointed a retired Supreme Court judge to oversee the investigation and not to investigate." The Supreme Court said on Wednesday that it was considering appointing a former Supreme Court judge to investigate the incident involving the four men accused in the police encounter of the rape and murder of the Veterinary Doctor in Telangana.
Two petitions were filed against the encounter
Hyderabad gangrape: Two petitions have been filed in the apex court to conduct an independent inquiry against the police officers concerned. The first petition was filed by advocate GS Mani and Pradeep Kumar Yadav while the second petition was filed by advocate Manohar Lal Sharma. The PIL of Mani and Yadav claimed that the alleged encounter is fake and an FIR should be filed against the police officers involved in the incident.
Questions raised in the petition-Hyderabad Encounter
Mani and Yadav have said in their petition that no one will support the accused involved in the gang rape and murder of an innocent woman, but these accused by the high-level officials like the investigating agency and the Commissioner of Police, without getting the court punished by the law. It is unfortunate to be killed in an encounter with your hand. Advocate Manohar Lal Sharma in his petition has requested the Special Investigation Team under the supervision of the Supreme Court to investigate the encounter.